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Donald Trump slams Oscars as 'lowest rated in history'; Twitter seethes

Donald Trump slams Oscars as 'lowest rated in history'; Twitter seethes

The 50-year-old TV host clapped back at President Trump for the latter's tweet, degrading the 90th Annual Academy Awards, which was hosted by Kimmel himself.

Instead, Kimmel is continuing to center his comedy around the president.

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The hit-back came after Trump took a swipe at the Oscars and tweeted, "Lowest rated Oscars in HISTORY".

During the opening monologue, Mr. Kimmel made a joke about the president and Best Picture nominee "Get Out", saying, "None other than President Trump called "Get Out" the best first-three-quarters-of-a-movie this year". "Problem is, we don't have Stars anymore-except your President (just kidding, of course)!" tweeted the president. I woke up, I brushed my teeth, I looked at my phone and I got a text that said, "Look at Trump's Twitter account" - as if I wasn't going to do that any anyway. "It's a joke", said Kimmel on his show.

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The question many are asking is: why is Trump even talking about ratings for an entertainment show at this time of nearly unprecedented volatility, both domestically and globally, and credible evidence that the Russians, whom Trump has many business dealings with, have been aggressively attacking the American democratic process?

Kimmel also addressed a tweet from Trump Tuesday morning in which the president attacked the "lowest rated Oscars in HISTORY".

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Since Jimmy Kimmel was the host of the Oscars Sunday night, his show on Monday had more of a fun, celebratory tone where he talked about the show and explained the particulars of that whole contest in which the winner who gave the shortest speech won a jet ski and had on Best Director winner Guillermo Del Toro and Best Actor winner Gary Oldman as guests. "I know that's the sort of thing that would get under his orange skin". "It's basically his life story".