Political Satire

Trump’s Solution: “Steel Slat Barrier” with Spikes on the Top

A "Steel Slat Barrier” with spikes on the top was Trump's idea to accept instead of his wall and Twitterzens responded.

Trump Spoof Book: “Whose Boat Is This Boat”?

For Stephen Colbert the best-selling spoof “Whose Boat Is This Boat?” essentially wrote itself.

G-20.In: Rudy Giuliani’s Latest Spectacular Typo Fail

A clever user took advantage of the random URL Giuliani accidentally generated.

“Drain the Swamp” Becoming a Joke of Dudes with Awkward Thumbs Up

President Trump and most people around him are draining this phrase out of its meaning day by day.

In Trump’s America, Lie your Way out of Trouble

Trump said he accepts, with caveats, the American conclusion that Russia interfered in the 2016 election. Sincere excuse? Accepted apology?

A Brazen Heist of the Country with the Approval of the Entire GOP

Seth takes a closer look at the Republicans' sweeping overhaul of the tax code that will overwhelmingly benefit the wealthy.

‘Saturday Night Live’ Addressed Sexual Misconduct, Hypocrisy, and Double Standards

Weekend Update anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che tackle the week's biggest news, including Senator Al Franken being accused of sexual misconduct.

Trump Waffles on DACA but Paul Ryan Flips So Much he Should Be at SeaWorld

Congress and Senate ambivalence somehow makes look worse what comes out of this administration's agenda.

Solution for America: “Let’s Make Donald Trump King”

Get a good laugh at Jimmy Kimmel's plan to save American from a Trump presidency but ultimately, reflect upon what's wrong with politics in America.

Nephew-Nazi: the Proof that Trump Didn’t Mean his Makeup Statement

A Closer Look with Seth Meyers served to reflect on the Nephew-Nazi typo in the White House statement on #Charlottesville and Trump's silence for two days.
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Democrats Unveil Impeachment Charges to Remove the 45th President of the U.S.

The specific charges aimed at removing President Trump: Abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
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Pensacola Naval Base Gunman Got Around a Ban on Foreigners Buying Guns

Loophole may explain how a Saudi flight student who shot three in Pensacola was able to purchase a weapon.

Federal Officials Want $100M for Reef Restoration in Florida Keys

The funds will help restore seven significant coral reef sites in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.

Cyberattack Downs City Computers in Pensacola

Federal authorities are investigating a cyberattack on the city of Pensacola hours after the shooting.

Watchdog Report: FBI’s Russia Probe Justified, no Bias Found

The report's nuanced conclusions deny a clear-cut vindication for Trump’s supporters or critics.