Let's be real: Aside from Fox News, President Donald Trump thinks the collective media is one big sham, as evidenced by his infinite "fake news" accusations that litter his speeches and Twitter account.
That's why "Trump," (Jimmy Fallon) is starting a new network: Trump News Network.
Take a look at the first segment below, which is a scarily accurate portrayal of how the REAL Trump defines his carefully-constructed world of lies.
"Our top story tonight," "Trump" begins, "Sweden is still reeling from Friday's incident that absolutely did happen. Details are still unclear, but we're getting word that it was definitely real and 100 percent not made up."
"Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the Swedish men, women, and fish," "Trump" concludes, rounding up loud chuckles from the audience.
Moving on to the next story, "Trump" tackles his National Security adviser pick, H.R. McMaster.
"Now normally, when I'm talking to HR, it's because one of my female employees is threatening to sue," "Trump" says. Right on the money. "But now, H.R. is going to stand for 'huge ratings.'"
Sadly, we wouldn't be entirely shocked if the leader of the free world actually tried something like this. Thankfully, we still have the mainstream media (which is far from fake) to tell it like it is.
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