Jimmy Kimmel reveals Matt Gaetz’s “catch a predator” moment


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After he spent the first few minutes of monologue Spider-Man: No Way Home Couldn’t make it List of Academy Award nominees On Tuesday — not to mention Marvel and ABC happening to share the same parent company at Disney — Jimmy Kimmel shifted his gear.

“Speaking of great acting, do you want to see something interesting?” Asked the late-night host.

So he cut it into a clip speech Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) was drafted this week on the floor of the House of Representatives in favor of a bill aimed at eliminating forced arbitration in sexual assault cases. Federal Bureau of Investigation It is considered to be a minor in sexual trafficking.

“The fine print should be the reason why someone is more likely to endure sexual harassment at work,” Gates declared. “Or you are likely to avoid the consequences of predatory behavior.”

“But what if the predator is in the House of Representatives?” Kimmel responded. Then he asked, “How wonderful would it be if Chris Hansen went in and took him away at that moment?”See How to catch a predator Host you had His own break-in with the authorities last year.

From there, Kimmel moved on to the White House’s “new information about documents and items that our ex-Predator in Chief improperly grabbed on the way out of the door.”

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“I don’t know why he took it,” Kimmel said. “It seems to have been one of the really embarrassing moments for Trump. He became very defensive about it. He probably took it home and flushed it into a gold-plated toilet or something.”

“I don’t know what I like more,” he added. “The fact that he held the map, or that it is now in the National Archives, may lead future generations to look at its wonderful stupidity,” he added.

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