All three comedians went in on the bill Wednesday night, before they actually knew any of the details that the Senate will be voting on by July 4. But mocking of the bill only got louder once the hosts actually did possess actual proposals contained in TrumpCare.
Here's what the comedians had to say on the topic.
"The bill is so bad, President Trump said, 'Does anyone have any questions for me about Russia? Alternatively, I could show you my tax returns. Do you guys want to see that?'" Meyers said.
The comedian also went in on Trump's Thursday rally in Iowa, where the POTUS explained he hired millionaires and billionaires to operate his cabinet because, in those particular positions, Trump just doesn't "want a poor person."
Meyers then took jab at Trump's history with filing Chapter 13 for some his companies.
"Yeah, what would a poor person know about economic problems? You can't understand the economy if you're bankrupt. You have to be bankrupt four times before you really get it," Meyers said.
"The bill includes a big tax cut for rich people, so unless you just got drafted by an NBA team, it's not great news," Kimmel said. "They're calling the plan 'Bettercare,' as in, 'Just imagine how much better this plan would be if the people who wrote it cared.'"
Kimmel then took a different approach from his late-night comrades and sat down with a few of America's future voters to get their take on the situation.
It might just be the cutest thing you'll see all day.