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Play of the Day gathers clips from late night and comedy television shows, mocking politicians and newsmakers.
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They're in-person pals and phone buddies.

Play of the Day: The Regular Trump and Obama Phone Conversations

December 2 The president-elect has many questions -- and even a joke -- for the current president.

Play of the Day: Mitt Romney's Awkward Dinner With Donald Trump

December 1 The former critic of the president-elect changed his tune once he got to eat frog legs with the man.

Play of the Day: Inside Trump's Mind… And Twitter

November 30 The president-elect shares his thoughts on the social media network. Are these thoughts a look into his brain?

Play of the Day: Donald Trump is the Twitter President

November 29 Who needs intelligence briefings, when the president-elect can just check the Moments tab?

If it worked for Trump, it might work for Oprah.

Play of the Day: Celebrities Visiting -- and Living in -- the White House

November 28 While Obama gave a bunch of medals to famous people, perhaps Trump will usher in an era of entertainment presidents.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Has an Issue With the Media

November 23 The very expressive president-elect is upset that the press runs so many unflattering photos of him.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump's Twitter Beef With a Broadway Play

November 22 The president-elect is upset with the cast of the most popular show in America.

Play of the Day: The Secret to Donald Trump's Success

November 21 From his TV show to his cabinet, the man knows how to make himself look good.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Should Probably Contact the Pentagon

November 18 As the transition continues, the Defense Department has not heard from the president-elect.

Play of the Day: Trump's Cabinet Search May Be a Game Show

November 17 The president-elect said on Twitter that only he knows who the "finalists" are.

Play of the Day: The Commuter-In-Chief?

November 16 Would Donald Trump still live in New York after inauguration?

"I'll say it right to the camera."

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Takes on Hate Crimes

November 15 The president-elect tells those committing violent acts to "stop it."

Play of the Day: It's Awfully Hard to 'Drain the Swamp'

November 14 Donald Trump's administration may have more longtime government types than he promised.

Play of the Day: The Peaceful Transition of Power – And Websites – Has Begun

November 11 Obama and Trump meet as www.GreatAgain.gov goes live.

Play of the Day: Trump's Victory Shut Down Part of the Web

November 10 The Canadian immigration site was down last night, but other parts of the web were also overloaded.

Without Twitter, he's just a rich guy with anger issues.

Play of the Day: They Took Away Trump's Twitter Access

November 8 Like Batman without his utility belt, Trump's most powerful weapon is gone.

Play of the Day: The FBI Had Better Options to Survey the Clinton Emails

November 7 Michael Che suggests the best way to have your email searched is to "leave your laptop open at your girlfriend's house."

Play of the Day: Baseball and the 2016 Election

November 4 Self-proclaimed Cubs fan Hillary Clinton loved the team's comeback story in game seven.

Play of the Day: The White House Social Media Handoff is Coming Soon

November 3 Will Donald Trump get another big Twitter account or will Hillary Clinton's love affair with technology continue?

Don't start celebrating just yet.

Play of the Day: Not So Fast, Secretary Clinton

November 2 The Democratic nominee is better at counting chickens before they hatch then she is at counting votes.

Play of the Day: James Comey's Letter Didn't Clear Up Anything

November 1 The FBI chief's "ambiguity bomb" was a letter version of a voicemail saying "we need to talk."

Just when you thought the 2016 election cycle couldn't get weirder, here comes this guy.

Play of the Day: More on Clinton Emails… And Anthony Weiner

October 31 An already crazy election gets yet another twist.

Play of the Day: The New Obamacare Tiers Are Here

October 28 Gold, platinum and… Styrofoam?

Play of the Day: Trump and Biden are About to Throw Hands Behind the Gym… Or the Barn

October 27 This is why you don't let old guys into Fight Club.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Loves the Flag… Maybe Too Much

October 26 Did the GOP nominee for president grope Old Glory in Florida?

Accompanied by then-Illinois Gov. Jim Edgar, Clinton throws out the first pitch at a Cubs game in 1994.

Play of the Day: Is Hillary Clinton a Baseball Bigamist?

October 25 She's pledged fandom to the Yankees and to the Cubs. Which is it, Secretary Clinton?

 "A better bargain for a better tomorrow" is a little wordy.

Play of the Day: Some Failed Hillary Clinton Slogans

October 24 Stephen Colbert sifts through some more Wikileaks releases.

Play of the Day: Trump Doesn't Care About Your Traditions

October 21 When he's president, he's going to break the mold.

Play of the Day: The Debate Was All About Puppets and Cliffhangers

October 20 The election increasingly resembles a TV show.

Play of the Day: WikiLeaks Releases More Information From Mind of the Clinton Campaign

October 19 The long list of potential veep picks has some odd names on it.

Play of the Day: Only a Loser Loses an Election… Unless It's Rigged

October 18 Donald Trump sows the seeds of conspiracy.

Trump waves to his supporters (or are they his congregation?) in March in Arizona.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump is Now Promising Heaven

October 17 The GOP nominee's messianic complex was on display last week.

Play of the Day: Trump, Cosby and Clinton

October 14 One Donald, two Bills and a whole lot of terrible allegations.

He may be her VP pick, but he certainly can't ask her questions about her email.

Play of the Day: Clinton, Kaine and Wall Street

October 13 Leaked emails suggest the nominee wants open borders and an open financial world market, but her running mate doesn't know anything about that.

Play of the Day: Trump is Now Unshackled

October 12 The GOP nominee tweets that he can now "fight for America" the way he wants to.

Imagine seeing this guy toweling off after a workout.

Play of the Day: The 'Locker Room Talk' Excuse

October 11 Trump and his surrogates are using an interesting explanation for what the candidate was caught saying on the 2005 tape.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump is Confused About a Few Things

October 10 His comments caught on an "Access Hollywood" hot mic suggest he may not understand certain things about human reproduction.

Everything about this is weird.

Play of the Day: You Can Be Trump or Clinton for Halloween… Or Not

October 7 Sexy Bernie Sanders is probably the worst political costume, though.

Play of the Day: Mike Pence's Fake Ancient Russian Proverbs

October 6 The bear hibernation one isn't the only ancient piece of wisdom the Indiana governor made up.

Play of the Day: Tim Kaine's Got (Bad) Jokes

October 5 Hillary Clinton's running mate may have prepared too much for the vice presidential debate.


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