Trump yells after Jimmy Kimmel said he “lost half of my fan base” because of jokes about the ex-president

Donald Trump took great pleasure in Jimmy Kimmel’s recent confirmation that he lost half his fan base to deliver a blow to the ex-president live over the weekend – telling attendees at a rally that Kimmel’s late-night show is dead.

The former commander in chief made the rude remark at a rally in Pennsylvania — two days after Kimmel, 54, was affected by a slump in viewership for Jimmy Kimmel Live! In a friend’s webview.

The appearance saw Kimmel, an outspoken critic of the former president, reveal his threat to quit the live broadcast! When the exhibitors brought up the idea that it is Banned from attacking Trump – even though his countless hits cost him at least half of his audience.

Trump, 76, apparently delighted with the revelation, took a delightful shot of the TV speaker on Saturday, offering some extra entertainment to event-goers in the town of La Trobe.

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Donald Trump celebrated Jimmy Kimmel’s recent assertion that he lost half of his fan base to deliver a blow to the ex-president live over the weekend – telling attendees at a rally that Kimmel’s late-night show “is dead”

“I saw Jimmy Kimmel said his show is practically dead because no one who loves Trump will watch it,” Trump can be heard telling the crowd in late-night rally footage.

‘And imagine what?’ It turns out that he represented the majority of the people, and then Trump explodes with a triumphant tone in his voice. “The show died and so did the others.”

Trump’s peek-a-boo comment on ‘The Others’ appears to have been a snapshot of his late-night colleagues like Jimmy Fallon and James Corden – powerful advances often accused of being a go-between for the liberal media.

This conclusion regarding Trump’s passing statement is reinforced by the fact that the former president followed up on that assertion by drawing attention to the success of conservative talk-show President Greg Gutfeld on Fox News with his own show, Gutfeld!

Trump's verbal blow came two days after Kimmel, 54, took over the slumping viewership of Jimmy Kimmel Live!  On a friend's web show during a recent interview with Everybody Loves author Raymond, Phil Rosenthal on the Naked Lunch podcast

Trump’s verbal blow came two days after Kimmel, 54, took over the slumping viewership of Jimmy Kimmel Live! On a friend’s web show during a recent interview with Everybody Loves author Raymond, Phil Rosenthal on the Naked Lunch podcast

Trump referred to “Greg Gutfeld on cable as the premiere evening show,” citing the recent conservative average ratings of 2.15 million viewers — which came in well against that of liberal rivals Fallon, Corden, Stephen Colbert and Trevor Noah more recently. months.

The show, which took place at night in April 2021, is often criticized by the left and adored by the right — but the liberals have also found themselves divided between The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, and Jimmy Kimmel Live. !, And the Gutfeld! It had carved out a place for itself at the top of the pile in the late-night battle for supremacy.

“That’s cool, isn’t it?” Trump told the audience on Saturday about the new success of the longtime Fox host — and the subsequent struggles of his left-wing rivals.

Immediately after that, the former president received angry applause from the audience.

Kimmel, who was photographed with Trump during his 2016 campaign, said he threatened to walk away from the show if he had to turn down Trump's jokes: ``If you want someone else to host the show, that's fine.  Liberal TV spokesperson said, I wouldn't do it that way

Kimmel, who was photographed with Trump during his 2016 campaign, said he threatened to walk away from the show if he had to turn down Trump’s jokes: “If you want someone else to host the show, that’s fine. Liberal TV spokesperson said, I wouldn’t do it that way

However, the late-night space has seen a great deal of changes lately — mainly caused by the low viewership that Trump alluded to due to the liberal talking points that hosts usually feature while on air.

Back in July, models pulled the infamous neoliberal comedian Samantha Bee ‘Full Frontal’ on TBS, after Bee, a former reporter on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, had trouble securing up to 300,000 viewers for her show,

Then, in September, Stewart’s replacement, comedian Trevor Noah, woke up from the show after seven years amid dwindling ratings, too.

Since Stewart took over the once-popular show, viewership has plummeted — with some saying the raucous comments for heavy South African comedy caused the slump.

When Noah, 38, took over the management of the show in 2015, its ratings stabilized at around 900,000 — but in recent months, the numbers have fallen below 400,000.

For reference, Stewart’s tenure saw numbers watched typically around 1.5 million episodes – which at some points rose to 2.5 million.

Viewing numbers for the week of September 19-25 show liberal late-night shows playing second fiddle to new dog Gutfeld!  , which began airing on weeknights at 11 p.m. in April of last year.  Many attribute the drop to recent political statements made by the hosts while on the air

Viewing numbers for the week of September 19-25 show liberal late-night shows playing second fiddle to new dog Gutfeld! , which began airing on weeknights at 11 p.m. in April of last year. Many attribute the drop to recent political statements made by the hosts while on the air

Meanwhile, it’s hard to find a monologue about Colbert, Kimmel or Seth Meyers without Trump, who left office nearly two years ago, being the subject of discussion.

However, the famed liberal Myers, who took on the mantle of Late Night made famous by David Letterman and later waned at the hands of Fallon in 2017, has failed to make it to the viewer’s mark in recent years.

In 1984, Letterman had an average of 2.5 million viewers. Today, Myers has struggled to meet the 800,000 viewer mark.

Reportedly, the situation at CBS is so bad that rumors circulate that Myers’ show may be switched either to the network’s live broadcast service, The Peacock, or to MSNBC known as MSNBC.

Meanwhile, Corden has also had his own controversies and worst ratings, also failing to reach 800,000 as he faces backlash from fellow comedians like Ricky Gervais for stealing their material.

Back in July, show makers pulled TBS's

Back in July, show makers pulled TBS’s “Full Frontal” by famous neoliberal comedian Samantha Bee, after Bee, a former reporter on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, had trouble securing up to 300,000 viewers for her show,

Across the rest of the field late at night, the ratings phenomenon is pretty much the same, with Colbert, Kimmel and Fallon crossing the million mark, second, third and fourth behind Gottfeld, respectively.

All well below Gutfeld’s ratings! which recorded 2.5 million views as of October, according to the latest Nielsen research.

All of the above shows averaged well below ratings garnered in recent years, and they’ve all been hosted for a number of years by increasingly outspoken – and left-leaning – hosts.

And as these hosts continued to welcome guests like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Nancy Pelosi—with mischievous speeches—Gotfield emerged from Fox as late-night king.

Then, in September, Stewart's replacement, comedian Trevor Noah, woke up from the show after seven years amid dwindling ratings, too.

Then, in September, Stewart’s replacement, comedian Trevor Noah, woke up from the show after seven years amid dwindling ratings, too.

This, combined with Kimmel’s recent revelations about his ratings, appears to illustrate viewers’ desire for non-partisan, even unapologetic content — something mainstream late shows seem to have lost touch with.

With ratings for these shows continuing to plunge to unprecedented low levels, no one has enjoyed the changing landscape as much as Trump, who last month congratulated Gutfeld, who previously chaired the talk show Red, on his recent viewing numbers — while also taking credit. Because of the demise of the ratings seen by Kimmel, Colbert, and Noah.

The former president wrote of the faltering shows on his Truth Social Platform: ‘It was a great honor to drop the ratings of late-night comedy shows’.

“There is nothing funny about the shows, the three hosts have very little talent,” he continued.

Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was seen on Stephen Colbert's Late Show earlier this year.  With radio programming becoming increasingly political and partisan, the cultural demise of late-night comedy appears set to continue.

Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was seen on Stephen Colbert’s Late Show earlier this year. With radio programming becoming increasingly political and partisan, the cultural demise of late-night comedy appears set to continue.

A nod to the former president came just days after Noah, known for his live-streaming criticism of Trump and other conservatives, announced his departure from Comedy Central — who at the time emphasized he was spending more time doing standing up.

Industry watchers say these radio shows are becoming increasingly political and partisan, welcoming polarizing guests who always have their own agendas, and the cultural demise of late-night comedy seems poised to continue—with Corden and Myers alike showing. Its current distribution is by 2023.

Fox News’ Joseph Wolfson wrote of this phenomenon: “If there were two things Americans could not have predicted 10 years ago, it would be the political rise of Donald Trump and the cultural demise of late-night comedy.

The concept of a comedian staying late at night apolitical or fooling both sides of the aisle is from a bygone era where it is now common for hosts to use their opening monologue to attack Trump and Republicans relentlessly.

Meanwhile, Trump has hinted at running a third presidential race in 2024.

If successful, it will be the first time in the position’s history that the candidate has run for office and one of two non-consecutive terms.

Trump has not officially announced his campaign yet.

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