Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) said Friday night that his Republican Senate colleagues privately express “great concern” about President Trump's temperament, and he joked about the GOP eventually impeaching Trump.
Appearing on “Real Time with Bill Maher,” Maher asked Franken what Republicans really say behind closed doors.
Franken joked: “Well, there's a range in what they'll say, and some will say that he's not right mentally. And some are harsher.”
“No, no. That's not fair. That was cheap,” he continued. “There are some who I guess don't talk to me.”
I've always enjoyed Al Franken's dry sense of humor and he was in rare form last night.
However I also feel that what he was saying about the Republican Senators was in large part quite accurate.
I am sure that many of them are at their wits end trying to figure out what Donald Trump is going to screw up next.
I like how Franken summed up Trump's behaviors in the end of the interview:
"This is very, very very disturbing that the president has a habit of either imagining things, or making stuff up. That's not....it''s really outside the norm of, not just the presidency, but of human beings."
Now as much as I enjoyed Al Franken's portion of the show last night, I was not at all happy with that asshole Piers Morgan whose arrogant attitude, and attempts to suggest that people were overreacting to Donald Trump, really started to piss me off by the end of the show.
Which is why I actually yelled out "You tell him Jim" when comedian Jim Jeffries said this right before New Rules:
Believe me after listening to that insufferable twit for almost 45 minutes that was the perfect response.
Update: A certain very well known author really enjoyed Jefferies response to Piers Morgan as well.
Because you had a premonition that one day the author would roar with laughter at seeing you called out for your bullshit on live TV? https://t.co/8rkKSqJTnG— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) February 11, 2017