Published: Thu, October 12, 2017
Culture | By Julio Duncan

Kimmel: Trump threat to NBC is 'what dictators do'

Kimmel: Trump threat to NBC is 'what dictators do'

"What's the difference between Harvey Weinstein and the Pillsbury Doughboy?" he asked.

In the article, Waxman had alleged Lombardo procured women for Weinstein and that he knew nothing about the film industry.

Although the White House denies the story, Kimmel pointed to reports that chief of staff John Kelly is miserable in his job and only sticking it out to prevent Trump running rampant and driving the country off a cliff.

Following the exposé that outed Harvey Weinstein's history of sexually assaulting and harassing countless women in the filmmaking industry, details on how the prolific movie producer was able to keep his misconduct under wraps made their way to the public.

Jessica Chastain, with whom Damon had worked on The Martian, tweeted alongside the story about him: "This is heart shattering". So I did, and that's what I said to her.

"Uh, never. I don't know, because that's what dictators do". Harvey said, Sharon Waxman is writing a story about Fabrizio and it's really negative.

In the video, which was posted on YouTube a year ago, Kimmel explains the rules to women, saying, "I've stuffed something in my trousers, and you're allowed to feel around, and you'll have 10 seconds to guess what's in my trousers".

"You're not on the show", Kimmel told him.

When one of his contestants was aggressively feeling around his trousers, he told her "You're gonna make a fine wife".

"That was the extent of it and so I was very surprised to see it come back. Decades! I've learned a lot of stuff", the actor said.

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