After joking that Sean Spicer is likely having a great time while POTUS is away from the White House, Jimmy Kimmel talked the proposed $3.6 trillion in cuts for programs that help the poor, and the major amount of money that's going into tax cuts for the rich.
"This budget makes huge promises that it can't possibly deliver," Kimmel said. "It could leave millions of Americans without necessary services like health care or even food. It's basically the Fyre Festival of budgets."
"There's no chance he read it and his goal is to cut spending. I mean, look at his life...He's a modest man. If there's one thing about Donald Trump, it's that he likes to live simply," Kimmel joked, flashing images of Trump's many luxurious penthouses.
"He doesn't waste money on unnecessary things. And his family's the same way—they live what can only be described as a Spartan, monk-like lifestyle. And that's what they want for the rest of us: to live like normal, everyday billionaires with horrible taste. Is that so wrong?"
The NBC late-night comedian started his segment with his thoughts on the name of the budget, which he claims clearly shows how much Trump stands by the plan.
"A New Foundation for American Greatness. Well, you can tell from the name Trump loves this budget. When he doesn't love something, he'll give it boring name, like Eric," Meyers said, referring to Trump's son.
"According to Politico, President Trump is looking to hire a crisis manager. A manager? It's a Presidency, it's not a Walgreens," Meyers said.
The CBS star called out the foundation of Trump's budget - which he says is based on the hurting the poor while the rich just get richer.
"That foundation of America's greatness, what he's building that on?" Colbert said. "It turns out he's building that foundation out of the ground-up bones of poor people, because this budget cuts things like the food stamp program, SNAP, and the children's health-insurance program CHIP. So he's cutting SNAP and CHIP, to which America's children replied, 'STOP!' and 'HELP!'"
"The whole thing is particularly cruel to one minority group: Trump's voters," he said. "Because the president's budget hits his own voters the hardest, taking aim at the social safety net on which many of them rely. It's all there on Trump's new hat: Make the Poor Live on Squirrel Meat Again."
In the end, Colbert had one final thought about Trump's unbelievable budget that he thinks "is filled with brutal, senseless cuts."
"Trump said we'd be sick of winning and he is ready to deliver on the first half of that sentence."