Following the nationwide backlash to the President of the United States tweeting about "low I.Q. Crazy Mika" on Thursday morning, Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers and Jimmy Fallon all had their own thoughts on the controversy.
Enjoy their hilarious responses below.
"The Late Show with Stephen Colbert"
"I’m going to say something right now that I did not think was possible anymore: I am shocked by something Donald Trump said," Colbert said. "I thought by now, after five months of this, that my soul had calcified into a crouton. Not true."
He joked Trump's remark about Brzezinski "bleeding so badly" from a facelift reads a lot like what might happen under the GOP's new health care plan.
"First of all, someone bleeding badly at your door and you say no," Colbert said. "It sounds like your health-care plan. I mean, turning them away from your hotel during the middle of winter is literally the story of Christmas -— only there wasn’t a wise man in sight."
Though people said Trump's tweets were him reaching a new low, Colbert thinks he's actually right on brand.
"This is shocking and vicious, so, on brand ... it’s the same low. We’re at a cruising altitude of, like, the bottom of the Marianas Trench right now. There are giant squid looking down at America right now."
"Late Night with Seth Meyers"
Seth Meyers said Trump's tweets at Brzezinski actually rendered him speechless.
After repeating Trump's tweets, Meyer's presented his audience with a new segment called, "I Can't."
The segment was simply Meyers looking for the right words to describe what he thought about the attack, but all he could really come up with was, "I just.. I just can't."
"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon"
Fallon thought it was actually kind of ironic that Trump attacked Brzezinski for a facelift.
"President Trump sent a pretty crazy tweet about MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski where he accused her of getting a facelift, then he went back to combing his hair with a Dyson Airblade," Fallon said.
"Yes, that’s right, Trump accused Mika Brzezinski of getting plastic surgery, which is odd because that’s the only thing covered by his health care plan," he added.