A bombshell report revealing decades of sexual harassment allegations against movie producer Harvey Weinstein shook Hollywood last week.
Since then, Weinstein's been fired from his own company and celebrities have come forward with varied reactions, from shock and disgust to not at all shocked and disgusted it took this long to bring Weinstein down.
Donald Trump Jr. decided to get into the mix and troll Jimmy Kimmel, who's recently used his late-night monologues to passionately discuss health care reform and gun control and yeah, bring up the failings of our president and Donnie Jr.'s dad.
To say it didn't go well would be putting it very lightly.
On October 7, Trump (the president) tweeted about how Republicans should get "equal time" to Democrats on late-night television.
Thoughts on Harvey Weinstein? #askingforafriend https://t.co/iyHhvrlDXO— Donald Trump Jr. (@Donald Trump Jr.)1507388636.0
Kimmel wasn't going down without a fight, so he quoted Trump Jr.'s dad back to him:
@DonaldJTrumpJr You mean that big story from the failing, liberal, one-sided @nytimes? I think it is disgusting.— Jimmy Kimmel (@Jimmy Kimmel)1507388828.0
Trump Jr. attempted to snap back:
Great I look forward to your monologues next week. You're probably due for a change if only for a moment or two. https://t.co/hoEbRApHeT— Donald Trump Jr. (@Donald Trump Jr.)1507389517.0
Kimmel had enough, so he tweeted this, dropped the mic, and walked away from the trolling attempt with his head held high:
@DonaldJTrumpJr great - in the meantime, enjoy this! https://t.co/kQsBAioFwh— Jimmy Kimmel (@Jimmy Kimmel)1507390291.0
To be fair, the first late-night host to address the Harvey Weinsten allegations wasn't Jimmy Kimmel. It was John Oliver.
via: Getty ImagesIn the October 8 episode of Last Week Tonight, Oliver blasted Weinstein for his non-excuse for his behavior. He cited Weinstein's statement, which read, "I came of age in the '60s and '70s, when all the rules about behavior and workplaces were different. That was the culture then. I have since learned it's not an excuse." Oliver's reply: "Yeah, you're right: Your excuse isn't an excuse."