Fallon impersonates Donald Trump on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” in New York.
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NEW YORK: There's one area where Donald Trump is guaranteed to beat Hillary Clinton this fall: He'll be the butt of the most jokes by late-night comics. That would be true even if Trump didn't present such a unique target. In every election year since 1992, the Republican candidate was mocked more by comedians than the Democrat, according to a think tank that tallies punch lines.The center's count didn't surprise Comedy Central's Trevor Noah, one of four late-night hosts included in the study.During the six presidential elections between 1992 and 2012, Republicans were the target of 5,944 late-night jokes and Democrats 3,298 barbs, Lichter said.Just through April, the most recent numbers tallied, Lichter's researchers counted 587 Trump jokes, and 115 directed at Clinton since last September.NBC's Seth Meyers isn't included in Lichter's count, and he's been particularly rough on Trump.
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