No one is more thrilled about the death of the GOP health care bill than Jimmy Kimmel.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell pulled the plug on the Graham-Cassidy bill Tuesday afternoon, and the comedian -- who's spent all week speaking out against it -- joked that he hasn't "been this happy about something being dead since bin Laden."
"On behalf of my family, especially my son Billy, I want to sincerely thank those of you who called your representatives, made your voices heard and got involved to help smother this," Kimmel said Tuesday night on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"
"The idea that Donald Trump would criticize anyone for changing his position is very rich," Kimmel said. "Donald Trump has more flip-flops than a Jimmy Buffet concert. No one contradicts themselves more."
In honor of the many times Trump has contradicted himself, Kimmel played a montage of clips of the president though the years, which included footage of Trump praising both Bill and Hillary Clinton, identifying as "more as a Democrat," claiming he's pro-choice and telling Larry King during an interview that he would "absolutely not lie."