The liberal-minded host of HBO’s “Real Time With Bill Maher” pulled no punches Friday night during his New Rules segment, equating the mindset of Donald Trump as being 60 years behind the times.
To drive home his point, Maher rolled a clip of an interview the GOP presidential nominee did in 1994 on ABC News’ “Primetime Live.”
“I think that putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing,” Trump said in the interview. “When I come home and dinner’s not ready, I go through the roof.”
The “Real Time” host said that when Republicans talk about taking America back to the way it was, they mean a time when women stayed at home, blacks were not seen, lesbians were called “roommates” and men could put down “sexual harassment” under the skills section on their résumé.
“This is where they want to take it back to — 1959, when life was still in black and white, before the ’60s came around and ruined everything with color,” Maher said, showing a picture of Martin Luther King Jr. “Trump never fully adapted to color — that’s why he’s orange.”
As usual, Maher ended his New Rules segment the same way he began it — with a one-two jab.
Watch the video above.