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Play of the Day: Trump's Low Approval Rating

March 29 According to Jimmy Fallon, the president is less popular than wet doorknobs.

Play of the Day: Trump Gets Back on the Links

March 28 The president hit the links once again this past weekend.

Play of the Day: The Health Care Bill That Wasn't

March 27 Bill Maher and Jimmy Fallon examine the failure of the AHCA.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump is President and You're Not

March 24 The president ends a newly published interview with an unimpeachable fact.

Play of the Day: Paul Manafort's Russian Ties and Donald Trump

March 23 The accusations about the president's former campaign manager intensified this week.

Play of the Day: Ivanka Trump Gets an Office in the White House

March 22 The president's daughter will be his "eyes and ears." Perhaps she'd be better served to act as his Twitter thumbs.

Play of the Day: After the Wall, Trump Will Build a Dragon Dome

March 21 If President Donald Trump saw the wiretap news on TV, what will he do when he watches Game of Thrones?

Play of the Day: Trump Meets Merkel

March 20 There was less handshaking than you might imagine when the U.S. and German leaders met on Friday.

Play of the Day: Maybe Trump's Budget Should Spare PBS

March 17 Jimmy Kimmel thinks the president could learn from some of the shows.

Beware Washington, the land of the "deep state."

Play of the Day: Feds Aren't Involved in Any 'Deep State…' They Just Want to Do Their Jobs

March 16 Samantha Bee looks at a new favored term by the White House and its surrogates.

Be careful of the popcorn setting, Mr. President!

Play of the Day: Is It Still Wiretapping If It's Done Through a Microwave?

March 14 Kellyanne Conway defends her remarks about surveillance.

Play of the Day: The AHCA Is Not TrumpCare

March 13 The president has finally found something on which he will not affix his name.

Play of the Day: Naming and Explaining the GOP Health Care Plan

March 10 President Donald Trump doesn't want his name on it, while Speaker of the House Speaker Paul Ryan explains why it's necessary.

Play of the Day: Health Care and Paper Stacks

March 9 Sean Spicer explains the AHCA's benefits against the ACA's benefits.

Play of the Day: The HUD Secretary Talks Immigration… And Slavery

March 8 Dr. Ben Carson addressed HUD employees and got a little off-topic.

They looked like they were having fun just a month and a half ago.

Play of the Day: Trump Wants Obama Out From Under His Bed

March 7 The current president's accusations against his predecessor need to be taken seriously including #oboogeyman.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump's Inconsistent Twitter Priorities

March 6 A president can worry about more than one thing at once, but should Arnold Schwarzenegger be something with which Donald Trump concerns himself?

Play of the Day: Jeff Sessions Fits Well in Trump's Cabinet

March 3 The EPA chief sued the EPA, so it makes sense that the Attorney General may have perjured himself.

Play of the Day: Trump's New Office… And Its Acronym

March 2 The president talked about created a new office to deal with and monitor crime committed by undocumented immigrants.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Speaks to Congress

March 1 As Trump outlines his vision for America and it involves innovation ideas from... The 1886 World's Fair.

Play of the Day: Sean Spicer Tries to Stop the Leaking

February 28 The White House has a problem with the press.


Play of the Day: The Translating Donald Trump

February 27 Jimmy Fallon has a new version of Rosetta Stone specifically for the president.

Lookin' good, POTUS.

Play of the Day: The President's Golf Game

February 24 Donald Trump is hitting the links a lot, but the press isn't allowed to watch it.

President Donald Trump delivers remarks with Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King Jr., after touring the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Play of the Day: More From Trump's Visit to The National Museum of African American History and Culture

February 23 The president saw some relics of slavery and deemed them "not good."

Play of the Day: The President and his HUD Secretary Pick Visit the NMAAHC

February 22 President Donald Trump spoke at Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump's Controversial Florida Rally

February 21 He brought someone up on stage and he confused Sweden.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump's First Solo Press Conference as President

February 17 He went over an hour and he hit a lot of topics.

Play of the Day: Firing Flynn Was Right Up Trump's Alley

February 16 Didn't the president's TV show involve the "You're fired" catchphrase?

Play of the Day: Michael Flynn is Out of a Job

February 15 President Donald Trump's National Security Advisor is the first person fired by the Celebrity Appresident.

It's the perfect place to discuss sensitive information.

Play of the Day: Mar-a-Lago is the Open-Air Florida Situation Room

February 14 Donald Trump and Shinzō Abe took to the patio dining area to discuss classified information in full view of the club's members.

Play of the Day: Trump and Abe Share a Powerful Handshake

February 13 Eighteen seconds is longer than you think.

Justice is blind, so maybe she won't see Trump in court.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Will See You in Court, Judges

February 10 Perhaps he will take his case all the way to the Supreme Court. Or the People's Court.

Donald Trump will always defend his family. Well, at least his daughter Ivanka.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump is Coming for Every Store in the Mall

February 9 You're next, Orange Julius. Don't be like Nordstrom and cross the president or his family.

Play of the Day: Betsy DeVos, the Senate and Percentages

February 8 Donald Trump's pick for the Department of Education got confirmed by a 51-50 margin, but can she do that math?

Eczema made human? A bullfrog? Nope. It's Steve Bannon.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Calls All the Shots, OK?

February 7 The president's top advisor Steve Bannon is getting more publicity, but he's not in charge.

President Donald Trump greets Defense Secretary James Mattis at the Pentagon on Jan. 27.

Play of the Day: What We've Learned From Trump's First Two Weeks

February 6 The American citizenry is finding out a lot about its government.

Play of the Day: The President Prays For The Terminator

February 3 President Donald Trump has some words for Arnold Schwarzenegger at the National Prayer Breakfast.

Trump held a "listening session" on Wednesday.

Play of the Day: President Trump Celebrates Black History Month

February 2 Donald Trump held a "listening session" at the White House on Wednesday.

"You're fired! No, not you, Ivanka."

Play of the Day: Trump Missed a Chance to Use His Catchphrase

February 1 Sally Yates never got to hear "you're fired!" from the president.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Loves 'Finding Dory'

January 31 The president watched a movie about a family being separated over the weekend.


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