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Jimmy Kimmel Disses Trump, Praises Meryl Streep & More In Opening Monologue At 2017 Oscars

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The 89th Academy Awards kicked off tonight with a memorable opening monologue from this year’s host, Jimmy Kimmel.
He covered it all from actor digs, Trump roasts, to of course a jab at Matt Damon.
Right before Jimmy came on, Justin Timberlake had just finished up getting everyone hyped with a jamming opening number so you know Jimmy had to say something. He poked fun at JT saying that he hopes the other guys from Nsync were watching because if they were, he thinks theres a really good chance they’ll let Justin back in the group.
And of course as many anticipated, the opening monologue was not short of jokes about our new Commander in Chief.

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21 thoughts on “Jimmy Kimmel Disses Trump, Praises Meryl Streep & More In Opening Monologue At 2017 Oscars

  1. Trump is awesome. He doesn't even have to show up and he can still trigger a room full of asswipes into whining. They were so flustered they couldn't even announce the right fucking winners…..just like in November. Ah ha ha.

  2. Naturally Hollywood & the media drives a wedge between the people, then blames it on Trump. This has been their intention from the start, in hopes to derail Trump. The pro-Hillary Clinton group (now a social media campaign called Humanity for Progress) has created a video to drive the wedge even deeper, as stated by Sally Field: "Unfortunately, videos like this only promote more negative discourse and separation." –Sally Field

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