The comedian, who is one of the President's most vocal critics, praised Trump for finally "making America truly great" by bonding the American people over his mysterious "covfefe" tweet, which immediately became a social media sensation.
"The Twitter verse greeted covfefe's arrival with unfettered rapture for that glorious interlude between midnight and 5 a.m.," Bee said. "We were like passengers on the Titanic who decided to say 'f-ck it' and rock out to the band: 'Thank you. We are Covfefe. We'll all be dead real soon.'"
"This is what happens when you've abstained from your phone for nine days," she continued. "You ejaculate just like that."
But creating internet gold is about the only thing for which Trump should be praised, in Bee's eyes. The comedian went in on the POTUS and his staff for his first foreign trip since taking office.
"Though the purpose of going to Saudi Arabia wasn't clear to everyone, Trump couldn't wait to get to the desert. Steve Bannon went along for the ride. So did the ubiquitous Jared Kushner. And of course, Trump brought Stephen Miller to write his speeches," Bee said, using scenes from "Mad Max: Fury Road" to depict Trump's time spent abroad.
The "Full Frontal" host also took jabs at First Daughter Ivanka Trump by sharing a passage from her hypothetical book titled, "The Universal Experience of Parenting from Daddy's White House While Your Husband Is in Prison for Espionage."
"Single parenting while your husband is in prison. This is a new problem women are dealing with for the very first time. Here are some quotes from the Black Lives Matter activists that I have misquoted to make them about me. Architecting," an Ivanka-like voiceover read.