Jimmy Kimmel on Comey firing: ‘This is the kind of thing dictators do’


After taking on Republicans over health care, it turns out Jimmy Kimmel isn’t done being political.

On Tuesday night, he talked about Donald Trump’s decision to fire FBI Director James Comey.

“This is the kind of things dictators do,” he said.

It was a stinging statement to sandwich between an OJ and Meat Loaf joke, but hey, welcome to 2017.

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Jimmy Kimmel on James Comey Firing

President Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey today and Jimmy had some things to say about it.

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Jimmy Kimmel on James Comey Firing
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