Billionaire businessman Donald Trump appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Wednesday night and saw his unusual health report mocked by comedian Jimmy Kimmel.
On Monday, the Republican presidential candidate released a health summary by his doctor written in Trump-style superlatives.
Kimmel simply read the report aloud in front of Trump as the late-night host and the audience burst out in laughter.
“I said, ‘Doc, I want to tell you: I’ll be the healthiest president ever!'” Trump recalled Wednesday. “And he said, ‘I think I agree.’ And I think he probably took my words and he put them down. He’s actually a good doctor — so far a great doctor.”
Later in the interview, Kimmel brought out a children’s book supposedly written by Trump and read it out loud to the real-estate mogul. The faux-book, titled “Winners Aren’t Losers,” appeared to be modelled after Dr. Seuss’s children’s book but actually mocked Trump’s campaign shtick.
“Winners aren’t losers. They’re winners, like me. A loser’s a loser, which one will you be?” Kimmel read aloud. “Winners do deals. And winners get rich. While sad little losers just sit there and b—-.”
“Could be a big seller,” Trump joked.
“My daughter loves it,” Kimmel replied as he continued reading the book:
The dog is a loser. And frankly I pity it. This dog did bad deals. This dog is an idiot. And poor Mr. Bear, he must feel like a loser, valeting that 2006 PT Cruiser. This lobster’s a loser. Throw him in the pot. I like a lobster who doesn’t get caught.
Kimmel added, “Now here are some frogs I do not like at all. We must kick these frogs out and then build a wall! Oh the places you’ll go on your yacht, on your plane — with your suits from Milan and your wives from Ukraine.”
Trump read the final lines of the book himself.
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