Late-night television hosts brought their political A-game once again as Jimmy Kimmel, Seth Meyers and Stephen Colbert went on the Trump offensive over everything from Jared Kushner's Iraq travels to First Lady Melania Trump's White House portrait.
See the best snippets from Monday night below.
"Jimmy Kimmel Live!"
Kimmel set his sights on Trump's decision to send son-in-law Jared Kushner to Iraq, a trip which was set to discuss international policy with foreign leaders.
"Dennis Rodman has more foreign policy experience than Jared Kushner," Kimmel said. "For real."
Kimmel was referring to Rodman's former pilgrimages to North Korea, where he befriended dictator Kim Jong Uh, then referred to the leader as a "normal guy" and a "friend for life."
"Late Night with Seth Meyers"
Meyers kicked off his show by slamming Trump over his "sleepy-eyed" insult directed at "Meet The Press" host Chuck Todd.
"You're calling Chuck Todd 'sleepy eyes?'" Meyers said incredulously. "You always look like you drank a bottle of NyQuil in the sauna."
Meyers also joked about Melania Trump's new White House portrait.
"Since she's never at the White House, they had to get a little creative," Meyers said, then flashed a Photoshopped picture of VP Mike Pence in a Melania wig.
Meyers added that the Melania's actual portrait looks like something off of a real estate agency sign.
"The Late Show With Stephen Colbert"
Colbert compared President Trump to "Transformers" villain Megatron while using the blockbuster movie franchise to illustrate how Russian Twitter trolls spread misinformation during the 2016 election to influence the results.
"If enough people say something is popular, I might trust that it's good," Colbert said. "It's like how if one person tells me how 'Transformers' is a good movie, I might not see it. But if everyone on Facebook is raving about it, I'll go. And by the time I realize I was lied to, Megatron is president. Don't vote for Decepticons."