Entertainment Trump in late-night comedy: The best parodies, sketches and more By Meghan Giannotta email@example.com Updated May 26, 2017 10:18 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email So far, Trump’s presidency have given us something we can all (probably) agree on, no matter our political opinions: hilarious late-night comedy sketches. Whether you feel Trump has made significant strides on promises made during his campaign or not, his 5 a.m. tweets, feuds with celebrities and rocky relationship with the media has given late-night hosts and comedy shows plenty of material to play with. Here’s a look at some must-see moments so far, with the prospect of many more late-night laughs to come. Fourth-graders read Trump's speeches Photo Credit: 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' via YouTube Can Trump's speeches stump fourth-graders? After saying the president "speaks very slowly and simply" and "not too bigly," Jimmy Kimmel compared Trump's addresses to a child's book report on Thursday night's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" The late-night host had five grade-school children read quotes lifted right from speeches Trump made while on his first trip overseas as president. Kimmel gave their report, titled "My Big Trip," a B minus. Not too bad, kids. The ‘president’ gets his own Comedy Central show Photo Credit: Comedy Central via YouTube Late-night hosts and comedy shows spent so much talking about Trump, Comedy Central decided to devote an entire show to the president. In the premiere episode of "The President Show" on Thursday, the "president" (aka Anthony Atamanuik) played a game of "Nice/Not Nice" that proved this Trump's values are, well, a bit off. Atamanuik said his "lovely daughter Ivanka" made the nice list (shocker), and the "German people who booed her when she defended me at a conference in Berlin." Calling it "disgusting," he said "this is the worst thing the Germans have ever done." Alec Baldwin working doubletime Photo Credit: NBC / @nbcsnl on Twitter The only thing better than Alec Baldwin appearing as Trump on "Saturday Night Live" might just be Alec Baldwin appearing as Trump AND Bill O'Reilly at the same time. The Trump impressionist's skit on April 8, 2017, was a rip of "The O'Reilly Factor," and aired weeks before Fox News cut ties with him following allegations of sexual harassment. Potential presidential reads Photo Credit: NBC / 'Tonight Show' Jimmy Fallon offered a few title suggestions for potential books by President Donald Trump on "The Tonight Show" on March 27, 2017. Fallon planted the seed that the president's withdrawn health care bill could serve as the perfect muse, offering up titles such as "To Kill a Healthcare Bill," "The Giving Up Tree" and "Oh, the Places You'll Golf." We're still waiting for these titles to hit the shelves. The Trump musical you didn't know you wanted Photo Credit: 'Late Late Show' via YouTube Ever wonder what President Donald Trump, Sean Spicer, Steve Bannon and Kellyanne Conway were like as kids? James Corden delivered "Donald: The Musical" on "The Late Late Show" on March 20, 2017. The reimagining of their childhoods, which starred Tim Minchin as Trump, Ben Platt as Spicer, Abigail Spencer as Conway and James Corden as Bannon, saw the youngsters singing about their futures to the tune of "When I Grow Up" from "Matilda the Musical." Spoiler: Little Trump dreamed of building walls and banning Muslims, according to the sketch, at least. A dating app for Trump supporters Photo Credit: 'Late Night with Seth Meyers' via YouTube Forget Tinder -- Trump Mingle is where it's at for Trump supporters who have tons of dislikes (Meryl Streep, "The Today Show," The New York Times) and similar vocabularies (pathetic, bad, sad). A nearly 3-minute long parody ad for the fake dating Republican dating app aired on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" on March 14, 2017. American Health Care Act or 'Pirates of the Caribbean'? Photo Credit: 'Last Week Tonight' via YouTube John Oliver called the American Health Care Act comparable to the next "Pirates" movie, which would appropriately be titled "Pirates of the Caribbean 5: The Curse of Johnny Depp Getting Divorced & Needing the Money." "As will be the case with that movie, the early reviews of this thing have been rough," he said showing clips of talk-show hosts calling the act dead on arrival. "Much like the life behind Melania Trump's eyes," he said during "Last Week Tonight" on March 1, 2017. Samantha Bee's 'original Trump haters' Photo Credit: 'Full Frontal with Samantha Bee' via YouTube After realizing the Trump presidency sparked a new fitness trend ("walking slowly while lifting a one-pound weight" aka protesting against the president's policies), Samantha Bee decided to send correspondent Amy Hoggart to visit the "original Trump haters" in Scotland. In the clip, which aired on "Full Frontal" on Feb. 8, 2017, Hoggart explored the history of Trump International Golf Links and spoke to some locals about their own form of protest (like urinating on the course). Trump and the Grim Reaper chill in the Oval Office Photo Credit: 'Saturday Night Live' via YouTube Many of Alec Baldwin's memorable Trump sketches on "Saturday Night Live" took place before he took office, but one of his best post-inauguration was a cold open from the Oval Office on Feb. 5, 2017. "Steve Bannon" came out dressed as the Grim Reaper and the duo made a few key calls, even adding in that Mexico's president is a "bad hombre." Jon Stewart and his clip-on tie Photo Credit: 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert' via YouTube Jon Stewart dropped by "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" looking quite different on Jan. 30, 2017. Donning a dead animal on his head and a red tie down to the floor, the former "Daily Show" host read off a list of potential Trump executive orders. "China shall immediately and without hesitation send us their wall. Done. Boom," he said. The best part? His tie was a clip-on. By Meghan Giannotta firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.