The 2000 Lies of Trump, as told by Jimmy Kimmel

The 2000 Lies of Trump, as told by Jimmy Kimmel

That Jimmy Kimmel Live's titular host, Jimmy Kimmel is a vocal critic of Donald Trump surprises no one. Many times he has satirised Trump's statements, his outbursts against the media and whatnot.

Today, however, he brings the world what might be his magnum opus in the Trump criticism department: The 2000 Lies of Trump, or simply put, "Pants on Fire".

Featuring an extensively detailed breakdown of the number of lies said by past Presidents of the US, going all the way back to George Washington himself, Jimmy Kimmel is joined by two specialists who explain in hilarious terms the sheer scale of Donald Trump's lies, and we quote "lying about his lying". The video begins with a montage of Donald Trump saying "believe me", to which Kimmel asks if Abe Lincoln ever said that. Trump, in the montage alone, is seen saying "Believe me" 34 times. Believe us, we counted.

The only silver lining is at the end of the video, which notes his one truth: the American Dream is dead.



In Kimmel's own words, Trump averaged 5.6 lies a day despite working about 2.6 hours a day. He even said that the amount of fiction that comes out of Trump's 'orange mouth' is so brazen that he couldn't help but admire it.

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