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Jon Stewart Fights Back Michelle Obama and More Late Night Highlights: Watch



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Late-night hosts had the opportunity to unpack the 2020 campaign when Trump announced its re-election campaign on Tuesday.

Stephen Colbert noted that Trump's rhetoric while president was the same as when he was on the 2016 campaign trail. Of Trump's announcement-night claim during his announcement that "Democrats want to split into factions and tribes, they want us divided," Colbert joked, "Yes. Democrats for divide Americans into tribes who can't stand each other, says the man speaking to an angry mob all wearing the same hats. "

Trevor Noah argued the 2020 announcement speech rehashed the format of Trump's 201

6 campaign speeches. "In fact, when we put his speeches from 2016 with the one from last night, well, you tell me if you can spot anything new." The clip compilation then compared Trump's mentions of "drain the swamp," "crooked Hillary," the superlative "of all time" and "I will never, ever you down."

Faced with this compilation of clips, Noah joked , "Trump 2020, now in stereo."

Jimmy Kimmel is the campaign announcement at the top of the show. "President Trump kicks off his 2020 comedy tour last night in Orlando," he said. "There were more red hats and dirty beards than an unsanctioned Santa convention at this thing." Kimmel went on to compare the atmosphere to a music festival, "specifically, the Fyre Festival," he quipped, adding "Trump was on fire, or at least his pants were. He jumped around from lie to lie, from hot topic to hot topic like Joy Behar on Adderall. "

Jimmy Fallon told his viewers that Trump spent most of the event "bashing" immigrants, Hillary Clinton and journalists. "Everybody at home was like," said this summer, "I have seen this before," "he said.

The host added that The White House announced that Trump planned to keep his slogan from the 2016 election, as well as the red MAGA has merchandise. "It's like when your kid only wants to wear that one superhero outfit for school and you're like," Whatever gets you on the bus. Come on, let's go, "he said.