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Al Franken Becomes First Former U.S. Senator to Host ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

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Al Franken returned to his late-night comedy roots on Tuesday, becoming the first former U.S. Senator to guest-host “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”

“But tonight it’s not about politics, it’s about comedy and fun,” he said. “So who came from out of state to get an abortion?”

“Today President Biden signed the Inflation Control Act into law, which is a huge achievement. This is the biggest investment ever to address climate change. While I’m here, I I have to talk about some of the other existential threats facing our country: a huge wealth and income gap, a threat to our democracy. One of the most serious problems with [expletive] Ted Cruz. ” — Al Franken

Franken also commented on the FBI search for Mar-a-Lago.

“Right now, some people say Trump could be a runaway risk, but it’s crazy that the former president of the United States would be a runaway risk. But the good news is at least that of President Donald Trump. Official portraits are back at all US airports.” — Al Franken

“As you know, there’s never been a better time to visit Palm Beach because for the rest of the summer, Mar-a-Lago offers free breakfast, room upgrades when available, and Because we’re running a special weekend trip package that includes nuclear secrets of your choice.” — Al Franken

“Right after he signed the bill, Biden said, ‘What’s that weird noise?’ Jimmy Fallon

“Trump heard it and said, ‘When you leave the office, you’re definitely going to want to sneak it home.'” — Jimmy Fallon

William Shatner narrated Elon Musk’s “Daily Showography” on Tuesday.

Comedian Nicole Byer kicks off two nights of “Jimmy Kimmel Live” hosting guests Wednesday.

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