Monday wasn't the first time President Donald Trump has referred to Senator Elizabeth Warren as "Pocahontas," but it was the first time he's done so while hosting an event honoring Native American code talkers who served in World War II.
Trump was referring to the fact that Native Americans had been on this continent longer than Americans, and then awkwardly pivoted to take a jab at the Democratic senator, saying that she'd been in Washington a long time and "they" call her "Pocahontas."
Who is they, you wonder? Well, mainly just himself, as he referred to Warren as the historical figure -- made especially famous by a 1995 animated Disney movie -- throughout his campaign, referencing her Native American heritage claims, as detailed by CNN.
Here's how late-night comedians roasted the president for his latest public speaking mishap.
'The Daily Show with Trevor Noah'
The Comedy Central late-night star was slightly impressed by Trump. "Now, I know your first instinct is to be disgusted, but we have to give credit to the president, because at least he did the right racism. He could have easily have mixed up his Indians and been like, 'Thank you, come again,'" Noah joked in an accent.
He went on to point out that the ceremony took place under a picture of Andrew Jackson, who signed the Indian Removal Act into law allowing Natives to be stripped of their land and forcibly relocated. "That's like inviting the American Flag to your house and having a picture of Colin Kaepernick on the wall," Noah said. "It's bad hosting, that's what it is."
Noah then joked he wished the Native American veterans would have called Trump "Dances With Putin."
"As embarrassing as this thing is, this is far from the worst thing Trump has said recently," Noah said. "Because even though most prominent Republicans have come out against Alabama Senate candidate and creepy guy at the Build-A-Bear Workshop Roy Moore, Donald Trump is not most Republicans. When they zig, he endorses a pedophile."
Fallon echoed Noah's position on the matter, first also describing the moment as "embarrassing" and then also came up with a Native American nickname for Trump: "Tweets with Small Hands."
Unfortunately, other Americans took the same idea and turned it on its head Tuesday morning, getting #ElizabethWarrenIndianName trending on Twitter, where they gave the long-time senator a series of unflattering Native American names.
Fallon's NBC colleague couldn't even respond to this moment with a joke. Instead, Meyers instituted a new segment to express his disbelief and maybe bottle his frustration.
"This brings us to a new segment entitled 'Eight Seconds of Seth Pinching the Bridge of his Nose,'" Meyers said before doing just that for eight seconds.
He had other timely Trump jokes, though.
"One of President Trump's oldest friends recently told Vanity Fair that First Lady Melania 100 percent has the most control over President Trump -- specifically the dosage," he joked, flashing an image of prescription pills.