While the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner was filled with Donald Trump jokes, and the Not the White House Correspondents’ Dinner’ organized by the Late-night TV wasn’t any different either.
The Full Frontal with Samantha Bee a comedic tribute to American news organizations, where Hollywood stars and comedians gathered on stage to roast Trump and his allies.
Among other guests, Will Ferrell was also seen, who portrayed his iconic impression of former President George W Bush, quipped that he was happy about being the ‘second’ worst president now and the first being President Donald Trump, the Hollywood Reporter reports.
Ferrell-as-Bush said, “I needed eight years, a catastrophic flood, a war built on a lie and an economic disaster. The new guy only needed a hundred days.”
“I come in second, and I’m fine by that,” he continued.
Bush had been president for two terms and during which he was heavily criticized for a number of things. To start with critics slammed him for his administration’s response to Hurricane Katrina, which destroyed New Orleans in 2005. He was chastised for initiating the Iraq War after claiming that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction and lastly for the Great Recession of 2008.
Farrell, in Bush-monologue, said about Trump that “The new guy has thin skin. He’s what you’d call a snowflake.” The comedian even didn’t hesitate to joke about Fox News and the disgraced anchor Bill O’Reilly.
He said, “You should do what they’re doing over at Fox and Friends: dressing up as women and children and stealing the lifeboats.” Farrell’s joke was indicating declining profits in journalism.
Watch Farrell’s Bush monolog here: