Jimmy Kimmel couldn't bring himself to tell his usual jokes last night.
Instead, he laid out a genius plan that just might save us all from our own president...
Yesterday afternoon, President Trump held a press conference to remember.
via: Getty ImagesAfter taking days to denounce white supremacists after the horrible violence that erupted in Charlottesville this past weekend, President Trump defended white nationalists in a press conference Tuesday afternoon. Yes. The President of the United States did that.
He told reporters that, "I watched those very closely, much more closely than you people watched it."
via: Getty Images"And you have — you had a group on one side that was bad, and you had a group on the other side that was also very violent, and nobody wants to say that, but I'll say it right now."
Oh, and if that's not bad enough, as he exited the podium he plugged one of his business ventures.
via: Getty ImagesApparently he owns the largest winery in Charlottesville and wanted everyone to know that. What is even happening anymore?
So, while that chaos was unfolding, the Jimmy Kimmel Live writers were prepping their show.
via: Getty ImagesIt didn't take long before they started scrapping the silly jokes they'd been working on and instead devoted their full attention to covering this press debacle. As they were rewriting their entire cold open, the team concocted an epic plan.
Jimmy Kimmel announced his brilliant idea on air later that day for exactly how this country could finally rid itself of Trump...
via: YouTubeGuys, this plan might just be genius. But, it's better if Jimmy just tells you all about it himself...
In Jimmy's cold open, he revealed exactly how we the American people can navigate our way out of this Trump drama once and for all.King Trump! Sounds fun. Maybe he could even get a few corgis and everything.
Response to Jimmy's segment has since taken the Internet by storm.
via: YouTubePeople from all sides have started weighing in with responses. Many people are calling Kimmel's segment a must see.