Jimmy Kimmel said that Donald Trump may soon understand what it feels like to be “expelled from home during the pandemic.”
Kimmel called the current state of the White House an “s gate” and pointed out: “One reason Trump advisers are so worried that he might not be able to win is because he lost and those people are not together.”
He added: “The White House has no room for pessimism.” “Racism, sexism, yes. But don’t be pessimistic.”
He cited reports that Trump was frustrated by the election results (recently New York Times The article said that the president’s mood was “often depressing”).
“Soon, he will understand what it feels like to be evicted from home during the pandemic,”
This joke is a reference to the economic difficulties experienced by many people during the coronavirus pandemic, which led to widespread calls for tenant protection measures and Trump’s hypothetical refusal to leave the White House in January.
Andrew Bates, a spokesperson for the Biden campaign, said before: “The U.S. government is fully capable of taking intruders out of the White House.”