Trump Blasts Kimmel’s Oscars As ‘Disjointed, Boring,’ Host Reads It On Air – One America News Network

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OAN’s Abril Elfi
4:34 PM – Monday, March 11, 2024

Former President Donald Trump criticized Jimmy Kimmel’s performance as an Oscar host, which Kimmel later read during the show. 


On Sunday, the 45th president posted on Truth Social criticizing the show, labeling it as “Disjointed, boring, and very unfair.”

Trump criticized Kimmel’s opening monologue and posed the hypothetical question of whether there has ever been a “worse host” at the Oscars.

“Has there ever been a worse host than Jimmy Kimmel at the Oscars,” Trump posted.

Additionally, he sarcastically suggested that “Good Morning America” co-anchor George Stephanopoulos—or, as Trump referred to him, “George Slopanopoulos”—should have taken Kimmel’s place as the show’s four-time host instead of ABC.

Kimmel, who has a history of animosity toward Trump, playful asked the audience to guess which former president was the author of the post and said “Thank you, President Trump. Isn’t it past your jail time?”

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