Ch-ch-check out the full episode (below) to see Oliver's commentary on what we've learned one year after the presidential election.
In July of this year, John Oliver came into possession of five wax presidents, the creepy residents of a now-defunct museum in Gettysburg, Pa. However, Oliver cautioned against getting complacent, telling audiences that there is a great deal of time left in the Trump presidency and that people must remain steadfast in their work to hold him and his administration accountable for their actions.
He addressed a tweet from Trump on Saturday, in which the president said he "would never" call North Korean leader Kim Jong-un "short and fat".
On Sunday's season finale of Last Week Tonight, host John Oliver outlined the three tactics Donald Trump uses to protect himself from criticism and consequences - tactics which Oliver believes could have unsafe ramifications for the future of the United States if the are not recognized and addressed.
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While the audience laughed at the host's jokes, Oliver then told his audience that he wanted to "pull back from the daily Trump-included chaos and take a look at the norms that his presidency has violated".
"It is staggering how incoherent he is", says Oliver after reading a transcript. Nevertheless, Tom Hanks is the inspirational figure we only wish could lead all of our past presidents on a world-saving mission. The commander in chief turns to reveal that he is Oliver's favorite Warren G. Harding figure, and he is soon joined by the figures of Bill Clinton, Richard Nixon, William Henry Harrison and Jimmy Carter when Hanks suggests this "isn't a one-man job".
Adds Hanks after the hero moment: "Gentleman, let's go wax these bastards".
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