Fallon to Trump: ‘You’re the president! Why are you tweeting at me?’

Trump lashes out at late night hosts 'Are these people funny?'

Trump lashes out at late night hosts 'Are these people funny?'

A feud between comedian Jimmy Fallon and President Donald Trump continues to escalate. "I don't have his number, I don't want his number", Fallon said.

In the speech, the USA president blasted Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert, while also directing his vitriol towards Jimmy Fallon after the "Tonight Show" host said he made a mistake in "humanizing" Trump on his show three years ago. "So Melania, if you're watching, I don't think your anti-bullying campaign is working". After he recently expressed regret about the now-infamous interview, President Trump targeted Fallon with both a Twitter rant and a live critique at a political rally for South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster on Monday.

Following the publication of the interview, Trump took to Twitter to slam the talk show host, telling him to "be a man".

Fallon initially responded to Trump's tweet by taking the high road, announcing that he would make a donation in Trump's name to RAICES, the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services.

Fallon went on to say that when he saw the president's tweet, he "was going to tweet back immediately" - but then he thought of "more important things to do". "He's the president! What are you doing?" The president went after me on Twitter.

Jimmy Fallon mocks Trump for tweeting at him
At a rally in SC on Monday, President Trump mentioned Fallon and the host's "tremendous ratings" again. "So Melania, if you're watching, I don't think your anti-bullying campaign is working", he joked.

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'Then I thought: "Wait, shouldn't he have more important things to do?" I made a mistake.

Nothing about this discussion is normal, but one thing's for sure - these hosts haven't seen this much combative subject matter since the 2010 War For Late Night.

Continued Fallon, "A new poll found that 58 percent of Americans think President Trump is intelligent. He called & said 'monster ratings.' Be a man Jimmy!". Shimkus and the Fox co-hosts condemned Fallon's charity gesture as more "divisiveness", more "Trump-hate". So now what? Are you happy?

Get ready. Fallon might be a "nice guy", but Colbert and Kimmel are probably getting ready to fire back. He's lost. He looks like a lost soul. You walk off, what is it, two and half years later? Trump then referred to Lynch as "the great filmmaker" before adding, "There goes his career" - because, you know, Hollywood doesn't employ Trump fans, right? "I don't have his number, I don't want his number", he said, according to CNN.

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