Retired NASCAR and IndyCar driver Danica Patrick appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday night to discuss myriad subjects, including a recent meeting with the Dalai Lama. Beginning at the 2:27 mark of the following video, Patrick told Kimmel that she and her boyfriend, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, spoke with the Dalai Lama for 90 minutes in India: Patrick said while the Dalai Lama didn't initially know they were athletes, he became familiar with her work by watching videos of some crashes she was involved in. The 36-year-old Patrick began racing IndyCars in 2005 before making the full-time switch to NASCAR in 2012. She owns several records, including being the only woman to win
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Colbert says Trump's meeting with Putin should count as 'treason' originally appeared on abcnews.go.comStephen Colbert said he was “shaken” to the core by President Donald Trump’s controversial meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday, an event Colbert says should be classified as “treason.”“Today has shaken me to my core, and I don't think I need to point out that, at 54, there's not a lot of core left,” Colbert said in his opening monologue on “The Late Show.” "OK, egotism plus naivete times false equivalence equals ... yeah, treason. ...
Jimmy Kimmel has one big takeaway from the “strangest of all 542 bizarre days of Donald Trump's reign of error”: The pee tape is real. “The president of the United States today publicly sided with Russia over our own FBI on the subject of cyberattacks on our election campaign,” Kimmel said of the president's big summit with “his KGBFF” Vladimir Putin. The host said we should have known how the meeting was going to go when Trump winked at Putin during a photo-op in front of the press. “That's the 'thanks for keeping that tape between us guys' wink,” he joked. “Is it possible that Vladimir Putin brought a hypnotist to that meeting instead of a translator?” Kimmel asked, before playing the clip
Jimmy breaks down Trump’s one-one-one meeting and press briefing with Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and he talks about the Justice Department indicting 12 Russian intelligence agents for hacking Clinton staff members.
President Donald Trump's rather disturbing joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin was always going to be skewered by late-night hosts. And they did not disappoint. SEE ALSO: 5 most ridiculous moments from that disturbing Trump-Putin press conference Following the presidents' double address in Helsinki on Monday, The Daily Show's Trevor Noah didn't hold back. Before the show, the team pointed out what Russia and America both got out of the summit: What Russia got: - total capitulation from Trump- exoneration for past meddling- permission to meddle in futureWhat America got: pic.twitter.com/n4BTIvRzf0 — The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) July 16, 2018 Noah then spent a segment on the press conference, saying, "This is what happens when you put a KGB agent up against a KFC agent." "If your name is Vladimir Putin, then today was a very good day," said Noah. "Because today, the president of the United States took your side in a fight between you and and the United States." Noah highlighted an interview between CNN and William J. Burns, former U.S ambassador to Russia, who called the press conference "the single most embarrassing performance by an American president on the world stage that I've ever seen." "Damn," said Noah. "'The most embarrassing performance by an American president.' Do you know how hard it is to achieve that? George H. W. Bush once threw up on the Japanese prime minister, and Trump is now on top." The Daily Show host highlighted special counsel Robert Mueller's indictments against 12 Russian GRU military intelligence officers, as part of his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Mueller accused the Russian nationals of hacking Democrats' emails. "So now, the formerly purposeless meeting between Trump and Putin had a meaning, right? It was time for Trump to put his foot down," said Noah, referring to Mueller's indictments. "And he did, right on America's dick." "Don't get me wrong, I wasn't expecting Trump to cuss out Putin to his face but you have to admit it's pretty wild for the president of the United States to defend Russia against the United States. It's like seeing your team's cheerleader pumping up the other side," he continued. Jimmy Kimmel also unpacked the summit, which he called Trump's "meeting with his KGBFF." "Today was maybe the strangest of all 542 bizarre days of Donald Trump's reign of error," he said in his opening monologue on Monday night. "Helsinki has frozen over." Kimmel noted the wink Trump gave to Putin moments after the two sat down in front of the press. "Yeah, there you go. That's the 'thanks for keeping the the tape between us guys' wink," he said. And it wasn't the only reference to the infamous "pee tape" controversy Kimmel made. After showing footage of Trump refusing to criticise Putin for Russian interference in the 2016 election, Kimmel said, "Well, I guess that settles it. If you're wondering whether or not Vladimir Putin has an incriminating video of Donald Trump, we now know beyond a treasonable doubt that he does." "We haven't seen an American so owned by a Russian since Rocky IV," he said. Over on The Late Show, Stephen Colbert also opened with a look at the summit. Using enraged responses from the likes of former CIA director John O. Brennan and Sen. John McCain as examples, Colbert said in his opening monologue that the summit was "so weird, so disturbing that it’s really upset people across the partisan divide in ways I have not seen in years." The Late Show team also spoofed the 1957 "Let's all go to the lobby" cinema candy bar ad, with a twisted end. A "theatrical adventure" is one word for it. WATCH: Watch President Macron dab inside France’s changing room after they won the World Cup