Jimmy Kimmel Trolls Trump Administration With a Biting Set of Valentine's Day Cards

Jimmy Kimmel drew inspiration from the Trump administration's total disarray for his new Valentine's Day card collection.

"Have you seen the new White House Valentine's Day cards?" Kimmel asked his audience Monday night. "These are cards like the ones kids would give out at school, but each of these features a character from the Trump administration."

There's Dr. Ben Carson: "Loving you isn't brain surgery"; Kellyanne Conway: "My love for you is as real as the Bowling Green Massacre"; Press Secretary Sean Spicer: "Help me fake my death, Valentine"; among many others. 

While some of the characters featured in the spoof cards (Vladimir Putin) aren't technically part of Trump's administration, it's still a much-needed clap back at the GOP for repeatedly pushing anti-Obama V-Day cards, which also included prominent Democrats.


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