Play of the Day
December 14 The former Trump advisor had to be escorted from the premises.
December 13 The president took to Twitter to insult his home state's junior senator.
December 12 The president really likes to watch cable news and also drink soda.
December 11 The Trumps held a celebration for the upcoming Festival of Lights.
December 8 The president is not a lawyer. Nor is his son.
December 7 What did he say when he was trying to say "United States?"
December 6 After the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments, perhaps other protected land is next.
December 5 The president's personal lawyer said he wrote a potentially incriminating tweet about Michael Flynn.
December 4 The OMB chief says he won't "blow it up" at the consumer bureau.
December 1 President Donald Trump gave his State Department chief a lukewarm vote of confidence.
November 30 The acting director of the CFPB has called it a “sick, sad joke.”
November 29 The White House tweeted a scary photo of the holiday decoration.
November 28 The president is beefing with a magazine on Twitter.
November 22 The president participated in the annual ritual on Tuesday.
November 21 America gets the feud it didn't know it needed.
November 20 Louis Gohmert has a graphic explainer for… something?
November 17 Late-night notes that sexual predation is not a partisan issue.
November 16 Donald Trump drinks water and fills out forms.
November 15 Maybe Donald Trump Jr. just thought he was looking something up on Wikipedia.
November 13 John Oliver has his iPhone write a speech like President Donald Trump.
November 10 The president's Asia trip continues.
November 9 After the Virginia race was called for the Democrat, the president took to social media.
November 8 Who better to appreciate 360-year-old soy sauce than the man who loves ketchup on his well-done steak?
November 7 Donald Trump and Shinzō Abe played golf, talked about samurai and signed hats.
November 6 George Papadopoulos is just one of the many unsavory characters with which the president has appeared in pictures.
November 3 Paul Manafort had a thing for James Bond references.
November 2 The Cut Cut Cut Act is a marketing victory for the GOP.
November 1 Late-night examines John Kelly's history of the American Civil War.
October 31 Late-night reacts to the news about Paul Manafort, Rick Gates and George Papadopoulos.
October 30 A cartoon lays out part of the Constitution to the president.
October 27 A lot of the files were withheld again.
October 26 The president likes rice, pie and "beautiful chocolate cake."
October 25 The president took to Twitter to crack on the Tennessee senator.
October 24 There's a treasure trove of information coming out of the National Archives soon.
October 20 The president is involved in yet another controversy.
October 19 The wall prototypes are showcased near the border and they look like reality show contestants.
October 18 The president explains how he consoles the families of fallen service members.
October 17 The president seems to think the Windy City is "Syria, but with different pizza."
October 16 Stephen Colbert showcases the samples of the Trump plan for the southern border.
October 13 The president almost forgot to do the one thing he was there for.