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President Donald Trump this week announced the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi at the hands of US Forces.

While Americans commended Trump for ordering the mission and for the team that carried it out, some were disturbed at Trump's announcement of Baghdadi's death. Trump's characterization of Baghdadi as a "coward" and a "dog" was beneath the United States and could be used to recruit more ISIS fighters.

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The planet is hurtling toward climate catastrophe and getting American lawmakers to acknowledge that climate change is even real can be like pulling teeth.

That's why many related to George Clooney's frustration in a recent mock PSA presented on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

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President Donald Trump made headlines earlier this week after he lashed out at Fox News and accused correspondents John Roberts and Gillian Turner of spreading "fake news" when they reported his most recent poll numbers.

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Jimmy Kimmel Live, October 11, 2018 (ABC Jimmy Kimmel Live/YouTube)

Late night comedian and talk show host Jimmy Kimmel spoke of President Donald Trump's USA Today OpEd during his opening monologue Wednesday night. The piece—published on Wednesday—drew extensive criticism for its inaccurate statements.

Kimmel began by stating:

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Kanye West and Jimmy Kimmel. (Screenshot via Youtube)

In 2005, Kanye West earned a certain infamy after he criticized then-President George W. Bush's response to Hurricane Katrina and the government's failure to help victims of the disaster, saying, “George Bush doesn’t care about black people.” Last night, when Jimmy Kimmel, who had West appear on his show, asked West if President Donald Trump cares about black people "or any people at all," West, one of the president's most high profile supporters, could only sit in silence.

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Jimmy Kimmel gives his opening monologue on his ABC late-night talk show, Jimmy Kimmel Live, July 18, 2018. (ABC Jimmy Kimmel Live)

In his opening monologue Wednesday night, the Jimmy Kimmel Live host spent most of his time talking about the same thing much of the internet was discussing: President Donald Trump's latest questionable statement and his administration's attempts to backpedal from it.

While speaking to the press during a Wednesday cabinet meeting, the President answered "No" when asked by ABC News reporter Cecilia Vega, twice, if Russian meddling in United States political affairs was still an issue.

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Jimmy Kimmel Live segment on Rudy Giuliani's Trump defense media blitz. (ABC News)
Did you hear about that big, very old, very scary volcano that erupted over the weekend? His name is Rudy Giuliani. He was mayor of New York at one time. He's a lawyer now and spokesperson for Donald Trump.”

Late night comedian Jimmy Kimmel began his Monday night monologue on his ABC program, Jimmy Kimmel Live, with those words, referring to former mayor Giuliani's media blitz that began last week. He then featured a clip highlighting Trump's lawyer's eyes, something several others have also done.

In Kimmel's online description for the segment it states, "Giuliani gave damaging unhinged interviews (complete with crazy eyes) on Donald Trump's behalf last week."

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