Hillary Clinton says 'if anyone should be telling Trump jokes, it’s me', interrupts James Corden’s opening monologue on 'The Late Late Show'
The former first lady and her daughter Chelsea Clinton roasted the president and former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.
Hillary Clinton and her daughter Chelsea interrupted James Corden’s opening monologue on 'The Late Late Show' Tuesday, November 5, to roast President Donald Trump and former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.
“Why is Sean Spicer even on ‘Dancing with the Stars’? Politicians don’t belong on entertainment shows. These shows are for celebrities, not political figures,” James began saying in his monologue when suddenly the former Secretary of State entered behind him to a cheering response from the audience.
“I’m really fed up with all your Trump jokes. Every single night,” Hillary joked. “If anyone should be telling Trump jokes … it’s me.”
James then stepped aside and let the ladies have the floor as the former first lady continued to roast her 2016 presidential opponent, taking down his ex-presidential aide along with him.
“I can’t blame Trump for trying to help Sean Spicer,” Hillary explained. “But if it’s one thing we’ve learned, it’s that these guys really can’t win the popular vote.”
Chelsea joined in soon after her mother, also targeting Sean in her jokes. “Former White House spokesman Sean Spicer is now on ‘Dancing with the Stars,’” she said. “It is an improvement on his old job: Dancing around the issues.”
The roast came after it was reported that the liberals were not happy that Sean was not being voted out of 'DWTS' despite the fact that he was consistently getting low scores on the show.
On Monday, Trump called Sean a “great and very loyal guy who is working very hard" on Twitter urging his 66.5 million followers to vote for him. As a result, Spicer picked up so many votes from the public that he wasn’t even considered for elimination.
Hillary also gave advice to 2020 Democratic candidates that may end up debating the POTUS in the upcoming election. “Just be really prepared. As hard as it is with him to try and talk about facts and truth compared to what he says, be prepared anyway to try to make your case and just keep going at him and don’t give him an inch,” she said.