Bill Maher on Friday night's airing of "Real Time" decimated the president while tackling the failed healthcare bill and attacked him over ethics and addressed Islamic terrorism.
See the three biggest Trump takedowns by Maher in the videos below.
Used Car Salesmen Deliver More Than Trump
Maher scorched Trump on Friday and called the President a conman who refuses to deliver on his promises, recalling moments during Trump's campaign where he over-promised and in 2017, has under-delivered.
"I would say Trump was a used car salesman, but with a used car salesman at least you get a car," Maher said. "With Trump, you don't get any car but you definitely get taken for a ride."
See what else Maher said about Trump's post-election performance in the video above.
Healthcare's Failure to Launch and Trump's Lack of Performance
Addressing the GOP's failure to repeal and replace Obamacare on Friday, Maher gloated that it all "looks bad" for President Donald Trump.
"Oh, this looks bad for Trump," Maher said. "It does. You know how Putin feels about failure."
Adding that "crafting legislation" is not Trump or the GOP's thing, Maher said that other things were more in their lane, like "secret gay sex at highway rest stops ... but not legislation."
"It's like the girl of your dreams finally saying 'take me to bed,' then you get her there and it's ..." Maher said, insinuating that the President's over-promising elicits under-delivery.
Tackling Islamic Terrorism
Referencing London's terror attack, Maher and his Overtime panel engaged in a heated debate over Islamic terrorism and Maher's reference that the public can't say the attack had "nothing to do with Islam."
"Every time some bomb goes off, before it goes off somebody yells 'Allah Akbar,'" Maher said. "I never hear anybody go 'Merry Christmas. This one's for the flying nun,'" and added that there aren't "Christian terrorist armies like ISIS" creating widespread panic.
Two of Maher's panelists, Louise Mensch and Chris Hayes, balked and referenced the Oklahoma City bomber, Timothy McVeigh, as Mensch said the incident "had nothing to do with Roman Catholicism."