New York City hall leader Bill de Blasio, who reported Thursday that he’s running for the 2020 Majority rule assignment for president, clearly wasn’t the anchor people’s favorite. The late night entertainers took their shots at the two-term city leader.
“He truly puts the funk in de Blasio,” Jimmy Kimmel said on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” above.
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“After 12 years, today was the last scene of ‘The Theory of how things came to be.’ Don’t stress, it was additionally the start of a fresh out of the plastic new satire, Bill de Blasio’s presidential crusade.” Fallon likewise hit him with a survey that demonstrated all the more New Yorkers favor a wet seat on the metro to de Blasio.
“Late Night” have Seth Meyers clowned: “C’mon, Bill, everybody knows the following stage after city hall leader of New York is crazy legal advisor.” Up flashed an image of Rudy Giuliani.
Stephen Colbert of “The Late Show” dismantled de Blasio’s battle video and demoralizing survey numbers. Said the host: “De Blasio’s declaration met with a reverberating ‘Truly, Why?′”