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Jimmy Fallon: Trump wanted a general with a coup attempt


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In a new book on Donald Trump’s final year in office, the authors write that General Mark A. Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, feared Trump would try to orchestrate a coup to stay in power after the election defeat. Trump replied Thursday, “If I wanted to do a coup, one of the last people I want to do it with would be Gen. Mark Milley.”

“You can tell that a leader really knows his way around when he uses the phrase ‘Do a coup’,” joked Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show”.

“During a visit to the White House yesterday, pop star Olivia Rodrigo made a surprise appearance at the afternoon press conference to promote youth vaccinations, which would have a huge impact on the millions of teenagers who follow White House press conferences.” – SETH MEYERS

“That’s right, pop star Olivia Rodrigo made a surprise appearance at the afternoon press conference. It was almost as surprising as an appearance by Sarah Sanders. ” – SETH MEYERS

“Side note here – it’s nice to see a real celebrity in the White House after the last four years when the previous president could only dig up people like Ted Nugent or Scott Baio.” – SETH MEYERS

“Biden has huge celebrities helping him in an unprecedented nationwide campaign to vaccinate Americans against a deadly disease, and all Trump could muster was 18 holes of kid rock and his flag pants that look like something you can buys six dollars in a truck stop because you tore them up [expletive] You climb out of your good pants on peyote. ” – SETH MEYERS

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