Bill Maher destroyed President Trump and his enablers on Friday night's airing of "Real Time."
"If you get up every day and try to make Donald Trump's ludicrous and dangerous pronouncements sound normal and sane, you are an enabler," Maher said during his "New Rule" segment. "Twenty years from now when your kids ask you over a glass of soylent green 'What did you do during the Trump years, Daddy?' you don't want your answer to be 'My job was to go on TV and pretend Trump didn't say whatever you just heard him say.' That is an enabler and that word is not a compliment."
About White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, Vice President Mike Pence and Adviser Kellyanne Conway, Maher said: "Without these professional liars and deniers, there is no Trump. It takes a village to help a man-child stay in power."
He then compared Trump to Norma Desmond of "Sunset Boulevard," calling the President an "aging, unstable drama queen who is able to maintain a fantasy world."
Describing the film and its parallels to the presidency, Maher said: "In the plot, Norma Desmond is a faded movie queen, a silent film star of the 1920s, but now she hasn't worked in 30 years but she still thinks she's big because of [assistant] Max. Max goes into the basement every night and writes fake fan letters to fool her into thinking people still love her. Is that really any different than [Devin Nunes] pretending to have intelligence that backs up what his mad boss tweeted at three in the morning?"
Maher continued swinging at everyone in Trump's circle from Jeff Sessions to Sean Hannity and said: "I'm sure last week when Trump's health care bill went down in flames, he was surrounded by enablers who all nodded when he said, 'I'm still Bigly ... it's Congress that got small.'"
Watch the rest of the hilarious segment in the video above and see how the late Michael Jackson's plastic surgery and Bill Cosby's sexual assault allegations come into play.