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Jimmy Kimmel Addresses Trump's Rally Lies
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11 Jul 2018 02:27 AM EST

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Jimmy Kimmel Is calling Trump out for being a Liar.
The Talk Show Host was responding to claims made by the President at a recent Rally.
Trump went on a tirade against all Talk Show Hosts at a rally South Carolina.
Colbert, Fallon and O'Brien promptly responded to the president's verbal jabs.
But Kimmel was on vacation and thus unable to address the attacks.
So this week he played a clip from the rally. In it, Trump disparages Kimmel, a frequent critic of his.
"[Kimmel] would stand outside of the sidewalk waiting for me: 'Oh, here he comes, Donald Trump. He opens my door. I said, 'Does he do this to everybody?' to his people, [who said], 'He does it for nobody.'"
Kimmel responded to Trump's story.
"Right, including you, I do it for nobody, because that never happened. It's a funny thing. Like, even the people who like the president know he makes things up. But still, it's weird to hear him tell a lie that specifically involves you. Then all of a sudden, you're like, 'Wait, no. He's lying! ...None of that actually happened."
I another clip, Trump claims Kimmel was "going crazy" waiting for him for a 2015 show.
"But he's waiting for me — two or three times I did his show before all this. Now I wouldn't do his show. That guy's terrible. But I do his show and he's standing out on Hollywood, whatever, Boulevard. And he's standing there opening up the door like going crazy, 'Oh, hello. Hello.' I wasn't president. I was, like, a guy, right? A guy with potential."
Kimmel clarified that guests don't enter through the doors on Hollywood Boulevard but through an alley in the back.
"You think the Secret Service would let the Republican nominee for president come in this way?"
Kimmel then showed live footage of Hollywood Boulevard, full of tourists and street performers.

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