Donald Trump's budget snafu and the FBI's investigation over Russian ties to his administration gave late-night TV hosts plenty of material Monday night.
Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, James Corden and Seth Meyers all tore into the President for one reason or another in their monologues or in sketches.
From the return of Colbert's alter-ego to Corden reimagining musical "Matilda" with the Trump administration, see the buzziest late-night moments you missed last night below.
"The Late Show With Stephen Colbert"
Colbert's faux conservative alter-ego returned to television to address Trump's controversial budget cuts.
"Folks, I know what you're saying: You're saying, 'They did meet their objective, Stephen. They brought food to the elderly. Well, technically, yes. And we all know what happens to food after we eat it: We are literally throwing money down the toilet!" the "other" Colbert said about cutting funding for Meals on Wheels.
His "Colbert Report" personality also offered suggestions to derail Trump's budget.
"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon"
Fallon joked about the man who made it past Secret Service at Mar-a-Lago to take a selfie in the President's study.
"This is kind of scary," Fallon said. "A man claims that this weekend he snuck past Secret Service at Mar-a-Lago to take a selfie in President Trump's private study. But Trump is denying this, saying there's no way he'd ever have a study."
"Late Night With Seth Meyers"
Meyers tore into the President's tweets while FBI Director James Comey testified about Trump's false Twitter claims during Monday's hearing.
The host laughed incredulous that the government was "fact-checking the President's tweets about that hearing during a hearing."
“All of this, of course, raises the question once again of where the President gets his information," said Meyers. "We are now at the point where the crazy things the President says are making their way into the halls of Congress, and wasting the time of allies, intelligence officials and the FBI director."
"The Late Late Show With James Corden"
Creating "Donald: The Musical," late-night host Corden assembled a group of performers imitating Trump, Sean Spicer, Kellyanne Conway and Steve Bannon in order to reboot classic musical "Matilda."
Corden and company performed "When I Grow Up" with lyrics like, "When I grow up I will eliminate Obamacare, replace it with, well I don't care."