"Donald Trump criticizing fake news is like Hugh Hefner criticizing fake breasts," Kimmel jokes.
"Donald Trump is a tornado of fake news," the ABC late-night host said Thursday night after Trump took to Twitter, again, to label NBC News' reports about tension between POTUS and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson as "fake."
"Why Isn't the Senate Intel Committee looking into the Fake News Networks in OUR country to see why so much of our news is just made up-FAKE," Trump tweeted. "Rex Tillerson never threatened to resign. This is Fake News put out by NBC News. Low news and reporting standards. No verification from me."
"The irony is no breathing human on the planet Earth produces more fake news than Donald Trump," Kimmel said.
Kimmel supported his statement with data from the fact-checking organization, Politifact, which found only 5 percent of what the president says is actually true.
"More than two thirds -- 69 percent -- are either mostly false, false or pants on fire false," he added.
Kimmel continued to show more graphs from various publications proving the many lies the president has said publicly, ultimately concluding, "Donald Trump criticizing fake news is like Hugh Hefner criticizing fake breasts."