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Comedic Legend Says Trump Jokes Don’t Interest Him

This guy earned his place on the short list of comedic legends.

There are people who tell you they’re funny (like Kathy Griffin) and there are those who simply get a room laughing when they pick up a mic.

David Lettermen was interviewing Jerry Seinfeld and when asked about whether he uses any Trump material, here’s how he answered.

Letterman, naturally, loved Michele Wolf’s cut up at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner.

Seinfield said he likes comics who work hard and get out there every day, which is a little different than what Letterman said about her.

And when asked about the Trump stuff, he said it ‘doesn’t interest me’.

He’d rather do jokes about raisins.

Hell, even sad clown Jimmy Kimmel has figured out that the anti-Trump schtick is getting tired.

Maybe it had something to do with him looking like an ass with the Melania jokes.

DEADLINE: Having missed last year, this will actually be your first upfronts of the Trump Era. Having you been saving up a barrelful of barbs for the President and his ongoing big show?

KIMMEL: Oh, wow. Yeah, you know, I hadn’t really thought about it that way, but I guess you’re right. Hopefully it’ll be the last upfront of the Trump era, too. So, I don’t know, I don’t know how much focus there will be on that. I think people have had an ass-full of Donald Trump, and I feel like the upfront is a time to look within and make fun of ourselves.

DEADLINE: So, next week is a Trump-free zone for you?

KIMMEL: Well, I can’t imagine that it will be entirely Trump free, but I’m not planning on that to be my focus. Already I’m seeing a lot of other things to point out, to make fun of. We’re getting all sorts of new terminology that doesn’t seem to last one year to the next. There are initials that I’m trying to decode. I always wonder if the people in the audience even know what some of these things are, so that’s something I want to get into.
Source: Deadline

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