The ABC late-night host talked about Trump joining the Saudi royal family to lay his hands on a glowing orb at the Global Center for Combating Extremist Ideology. "This is, without question, the strangest thing I've ever seen a president do," Kimmel said.
"With the Saudi house music thumping, the President and the Egyptian President and the Saudi King laid hands on an orb...and Trump moved on that orb like a bitch," he joked, referencing the infamous "Access Hollywood" tapes. "You know, when you're famous you don't even have to ask they let you do it...I guess that's their version of a ribbon-cutting ceremony over there?"
The NBC comedian poked fun of the first lady's hand swat heard 'round the world.
"She fully LeBroned him," Meyers joked. "I wish there was better audio so we could hear her say, 'Get that weak shit out of here.'"
Meyers also poked fun at the President for telling the press in Israel that he "just got back from the Middle East," while sitting with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin.
"No wonder he thought Middle East peace was so easy. He wasn't accounting for Israel. What does he think the Middle East is?" Meyers asked before entering Trump mode. "'I had a great weekend. We achieved peace between the Saudis and the Arabians.'"
Colbert couldn't resist making fun of Trump for taking part in "a celebratory sword dance called the ardah" in Saudi Arabia.
"You can kind of hear what he's thinking,” Colbert said. "He's going, 'OK, Donnie, this is weird. But get through it, they'll let you meet the genie. It's going to be fine. I'm going to wish for all the wishes.'"
Colbert also paid mention to the now infamous orb moment that still has the internet LOLing.
"Whatever qualities that magical sphere confers, eternal youth is not one of them," Colbert said. "Fellas, if I may: You need to work on your 'not looking like supervillains' skills. It looks like they're activating the undersea robot to emerge from its volcano base and kill Aquaman."
Fallon paid close attention to all the little things that happened as Trump spent in the Middle East, particularly his dancing in Saudi Arabia
"He actually took part in a traditional sword dance, that was very nice of him," Fallon said, followed by a a clip doing his one-two step.
"It's not even really tradition, they just wanted to see Trump dance." Fallon said, later imitating what Trump was probably thinking, "You do the hokey pokey, you turn yourself around, that's what it's all about."