For Stephen Colbert only "a great story" came out of Wednesday's news cycle.
"America's place father is angry", the late evening been quipped on CBS .
For about 12 minutes on Wednesday morning, someone in a large television network saw an Irish President Donald Trump in the White House Rose Garden who delivered what Washington Posts Anne Gearan described as "live action movie version of his Twitter feed.
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Or as Colbert said, "Trump went out of the door straight to the Rose Garden for a national television club."
The unplanned news meeting came just moments after Trump stormed out of a scheduled White House meeting to discuss a $ 2 trillion (£ 1.58 trillion) infrastructure deal angry with the house president Nancy Pelosi who had talked to journalists earlier in the day and accused him of being "
At Rose Garden, Mr Trump said he told Democratic lawmakers that while he wanted "to make infrastructure" he would not work with them unless they "get them fake surveys with. "
"Trump has a clear attitude to infrastructure," said the jacket at his show. "It's my way or no highways."
Mr. Colbert was not the only one to dig into the President's long remarks, boasting as "the most transparent president, probably in the history of this country" and approaching impeachment that only referred to it as "I-word" ".
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When the jokes floated late on Wednesday night, it turned out that today's events were still on Mr Trump's mind.
In a number of tweets that began shortly before 11.00. 10.30, the president defended himself against Ms. Pelosi claims he "had a mood attack" and calls it "such a lie!" And traveled against the house democrats not to get anything done.
But during their shows, the hosts seemed to agree with Mr Meyer's assessment that the news meeting "pred ictably went off the rails."
"You knew this was going to be a strange thing," said Mr Meyers and drew attention on a sign that had been placed in front of the podium, which contained statistics on the Russia study and the words "No confusion" and "No obstacle".
He continued: "This is such a stupid sign, because he made the word" no "super big and the other words super small. At least it looks like the world's least effective anti-drug PSA."
Mr Meyers was critical of the graphic's prominent position, noting that President Trump, who is known for enjoying fast food effectively, "made Rose Garden look like a review."
"Yes, I must have 18 angry democrats, no collision, "he said, pretending to order as Trump.
The sign was also unnoticed by Colbert.
"Reminds me of the time Jefferson addressed the Continental Congress behind a sign saying," Sally Hemings, just a friend, "he shot, references the slave woman the Thomas Jefferson Foundation says had at least six of Jefferson's children.
On at NBC Jimmy Fallon was more interested in the President's remarks that specifically pointed to the way he talked about impeachment.
"Trump called impeachment & # 39; I-word & # 39; One, and then he called collusion & # 39; K-word & # 39; one, said Mr Fallon.
At Stephen Colbert's show, the "I word" deserved its own cold open – a song dedicated to all the words beginning with the letters "I" that critics would use to describe the president.
The comics also mocked Mr Trump's appearance using Ms Pelosi 's "coverup" accusation as inspiration.
"It's called Bronzer Nancy, and he's not wondering anyone," Mr. Colbert cracked.
Mr. The Corden had a similar interpretation of the quote.
"He is involved in coverup, foundation, concealer, bronzer, possibly a little lip liner, who knows" said the British host who showed a picture of Mr Trump who was quite tanned.
Although they were largely focused on the president, Mr Fallon and Mr Meyers still found time to throw some barb in the direction of Pelosi.
Her Wednesday comments on the President, Mr Fallon said "Mrs. P Pelosi cannot be surprised" that the meeting turned out the way it did. "
" It's like talking trash about your friend and then showing up to the brunch as "Hello girl," he said.
Having played a clip of Mrs. Pelosi, who spoke to journalists and argued, Mr Meyers had only one question.
"So why do you meet him?" inquired.
"It's like responding to a birthday ev by typing & # 39; I interfere with the day you were born & # 39; and then click & # 39; Will attend & # 39;"