Oliver cited Trump's antagonistic tweets toward North Korea's Kim Jong Un as an example of trolling behavior.
This week on "Last Week Tonight", host John Oliver ran down the previous year under President Donald Trump and outlined the many ways that Trump has undermined the norms of governing and how Americans talk about ideas.
After mocking the president's liking of Fox and Friends, Oliver said his show was going to be busy on its hiatus.
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The objective of the protest was to prevent anyone inside from leaving, Peace Action Wellington spokeswoman Emma Cullen said. Mr Trump has called it a "dumb deal" but Mr Turnbull said it is Australia's priority over New Zealand's offer.
Oliver wrapped up his segment by asserting that, while contemplating these three risky tactics is very bleak, people should take hope in the victories this year that have stemmed from resistance and holding officials accountable, such as courts blocking Trump's Muslim ban and the inability of Congressional Republicans to repeal and replace Obamacare.
But one of Trump's most effective techniques is to speak absolute gibberish, Oliver said.
In the skit, Hanks stars in a fake trailer for a movie and is seen entering a grand office, announcing, "Sir, the world is in trouble". The trailer also included the infamous wax figures of ex-presidents that the late-night show first brought out in July, in a segment dubbed as, "The Last Week Tonight Hall of Dubiously Lifelike Wax Commanders-in-Chief". We need you. The fate of humanity itself is at stake.
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Security forces also retaliated, ensuing an encounter, sources said, adding that all exit points were sealed. The security forces gunned down three terrorists in a fierce retaliation.
Remember that time that John Oliver spent $13,700 in a bidding war for wax figures of USA presidents against Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, and Rachel Maddow?
From behind a desk, a chair turns around to reveal a grotesque wax figure of President Warren G. Harding. Cue the other four statues Oliver previously purchased: Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, and William Henry Harrison. As the five figures line up, Hanks adds, "Gentleman, let's go wax these b**tards".
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