Trevor Noah thinks Donald Trump's presidency heating up in the worst way possible.

"Trump’s presidency is basically like global warming," Noah said on "The Daily Show Monday night." "Every week is the worst week on record and the Republicans are also trying too hard to deny it."

Noah dedicated the segment (above) to skewering Trump's defense from former FBI director James Comey's testimony that Trump pressured him into dropping the investigation into Michael Flynn's ties to Russia.

Trump denied the allegation the next day at a press conference. "I mean, I will tell you I didn’t say that," Trump said. "And there’d be nothing wrong if I did say it, according to everybody that I’ve read today, but I did not say that."

"Donald Trump gets away with saying things no other human being can say," Noah said. "Can you imagine if Bill Clinton tried to pull that move back in the day? 'I did not have sexual relations with that woman, but if I did, hot damn.'"

Trump also denied that he demanded a loyalty pledge from Comey, saying, "Who would ask a man to pledge allegiance?"

"I’m going to agree with Trump here," Noah said. "No normal person would ask someone they hardly know to pledge loyalty to him. That seems a little far-fetched, I have to agree. For someone to do that, they would have to be some kind of loyalty freak."

Cue the clips of Trump expressing his obsession with loyalty over the years, even referring to himself as a "loyalty freak."

"Trump says loyalty so much, Eric changed his name to it just so he would finally feel like his dad was talking about him," Noah joked.

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