In Trump’s First 100 Days, Here Are the 14 Best Late-Night Jokes (Videos)

There has been no shortage of material when it comes to POTUS

Seth Meyers, Trevor Noah, Stephen Colbert

Late-night TV is in the midst of a renaissance era, afire with jokes about President Donald Trump during his first 100 days in office. Take Seth Meyers, who discussed Trump’s first “100 Dayz and Confused,” taking a closer look at his unfulfilled promises. He called Paul Ryan by the wrong name and assailed POTUS’ plethora of tweets.

Trevor Noah summarized the first week of Trump’s presidency, highlighting his infatuation with Fox News and the creation of his own untrue reality.

Following Trump’s first press conference, Colbert waded through a mess his responses. Trump got “Devos-ified” and the late-night host ribbed POTUS’ gripes over “very fake news” reporters.

Fallon pulled out his famous Trump impression for a segment on his “YUUUGE” wheel of decisions that explain the president’s erratic actions.

Using Kellyanne Conway’s favorite phrase, Kimmel delivered his version of alternative facts and Trump’s need to see a “C-I-A-chiatrist” (you know, a psychiatrist who deals in anxiety brought on by fears of Central Intelligence Agencies).

Alec Baldwin, Kate McKinnon and Beck Bennett won laughs in this “Saturday Night Live” skit that featured POTUS, Steve Bannon and Angela Merkel.

One of John Oliver’s most successful segments highlighted the serious problem of “a president capable of standing in the rain and saying it was a sunny day.”

In this Conan O’Brien segment, Trump asks Obama for advice on the press, tweeting toilets and his Valentine’s Day plan with Putin.

Trevor Noah covered the annual White House Easter Egg Roll — highlighting Trump forgetting to place his hand on his heart and Steve Bannon’s transformation into the Easter Bunny.

Colbert discussed Trump’s frequent trips to Mar-a-Lago — or as he likes to call it, his “timeshare in crazy-town” — and his accompanying Twitter freak-outs.

After the “in-ugh-uration” and the international shows of solidarity at the Women’s March, Meyers covered reactions to the “most popular president since Obama.”

In this “SNL” segment, Baldwin as POTUS makes an appearance on the People’s Court and battles with the judges of the ninth circuit.

Kimmel compiled footage from several of Trump’s meetings of him “moving stuff around”– and it’s funnier than it sounds.

Samantha Bee’s coverage of Trump’s “hard power budget” criticizes the massive cuts to education and ignorance about climate change, calling Trump’s America “figurative hell… might as well make it literal hell too.”