Jimmy Kimmel hosts self-imposed 'Trump-free' episode

DN Bureau

According to the souces, the "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" presenter, declared the episode to be a "Trump-free" show.

Jimmy Kimmel (File Photo )
Jimmy Kimmel (File Photo )

Los Angeles: Host Jimmy Kimmel has put a self-imposed break from discussing Donald Trump for at least one episode on his talk show, after the US President's first address to joint session of Congress.
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The "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" presenter, 48, declared the episode to be a "Trump-free" show, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
 


"The president spoke tonight before a joint session of Congress and we're going to ignore it for a very good reason, and the reason is I need a break from it, to be honest with you," Kimmel said.
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Calling it a "special night" and pointing to a swear jar with a blonde wig, the presenter jokingly warned, "Tonight, if anyone says the name of the orange-coloured man with the Russian boyfriend, they will have to put USD 100 in that jar that Guillermo's holding.

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