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Late Night Takes On the Peaceful Transition of Power

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During a Wednesday news conference at the White House, President Trump refused to commit to a peaceful transition of power if he loses the election, saying, “We’ll have to see what happens.”

“Well, so much for that Nobel Peace Prize,” Jimmy Kimmel joked in his Thursday night monologue.

“He doesn’t just look like a Cheeto; it’s his motto.” — JIMMY KIMMEL

“This does give me an idea for a new sitcom, though — Trump refuses to leave the White House, Biden moves in anyway: ‘Our Two Presidents,’ this January on CBS.” — JAMES CORDEN

“If you’ve paid attention to Donald Trump over the past five years, it’s no surprise that he likes the idea of being a dictator. I mean, he’s written more love letters to Kim Jong-un than his own wife.” — TREVOR NOAH

“Jimmy Kimmel Live” took its Lie Eye Witness News segment back to Hollywood Boulevard for the first time since the pandemic, asking pedestrians for their thoughts on Trump’s fictional replacement of Ruth Bader Ginsburg with his daughter Ivanka.

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