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Between the Parkland shooting, sex scandals and the Russia investigation, the late-night host had a lot to talk about this week.

Late-night comedian Bill Maher went in on President Donald Trump's week of mishaps, accusations and scandals on HBO's "Real Time" Friday night.

First on the agenda was Robert Mueller's Russian indictment, followed by Trump's EPA always flying first class, followed by POTUS' "silly sex scandals" and the Parkland Florida shooting.

"I just wanna ask the Trump voters -- I know you're out there, I know some of you watch me -- what is left for you?" Maher said. "He's plainly a traitor who doesn't defend his own country, and released his budget this week. Remember during the campaign, he said, 'I would never cut Medicare...' The budget cut hundreds of billions of dollars! These Trump supporters -- they're not conservatives. They're Drew Barrymore in 'Fifty First Dates.' If you lose your memory every night, it all starts to make sense!"

Mueller's Indictment

Earlier Friday, Special Counsel Robert Mueller indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies for interfering in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

"This is big," Maher began. "I know this is a slow-moving story, the indictments, and it's like eyes glaze, but this was big today. He indicted 13 Russian nationals [and] three Russian companies for their plot to use social media to rat-f-ck our 2016 election. And you know how Trump always says, 'No collusion!' It's getting close."

"The indictment says the Russians were in communication with unwitting individuals associated with the Trump administration," Maher continued. "Yeah, that's the problem: 'unwitting.' It could've been anybody. But this indictment goes into great detail about how, when these Russians posed as Americans to sow discord among us, they went to great lengths to appear like they were regular, real Americans. They bought space on American web servers, they used American slang, they gained fifty pounds."

Scott Pruitt

Maher then turned his sights to Trump's Chief of Environmental Protection Agency, Scott Pruitt, who's currently under fire for always flying first class.

"He thinks climate change is a hoax," Maher said, adding that Pruitt says he has to fly first class because "people in coach yell at him."

"He says it's a very toxic environment politically," the comedian said. "You know what else is a very toxic environment? The environment."

Trump's 'Silly Sex Scandals'

Maher insisted that Trump and his administration are able to "get away with all these serious crimes because they distract us with their silly sex scandals."

"So now on top of Stormy Daniels -- well, I mean -- I'm funny even when I don't mean to be," the comedian joked. "On top of the Stormy Daniels scandal, The New Yorker is running an article now that says Trump had an affair around the same time with a Playboy Playmate named Karen McDougal."

"So he was cheating on his newlywed wife and his newborn baby with a porn star and a Playmate," Maher said. "Mike Pence, your thoughts?"

Maher felt that it was "destined" for McDougal to wind up with Trump because he checked her Playmate data sheet earlier in the day, "and it said her turn-ons were fat liars who smell like KFC."

McDougal was allegedly also paid off, only she received her $150,000 of hush money from "Trump's buddies at the National Inquirer," whose readers Maher said "are the same demographic as the Trump voter: old, white, angry and challenged by the world's easiest crossword puzzle."

Maher then went in on Michael Cohen, Trump's lawyer who admitted this week he paid Stormy Daniels $130,000 of hush money out of his own pocket.

"Even Stormy said, 'That's hard to swallow, and I'm a porn star,'" Maher joked.

Parkland Florida Shooting

Mexico's former president, Vicente Fox, told Maher he felt this week's mass shooting in Parkland, Florida was a byproduct of racism.

Fox described the shooting as a "very sad event."

"When you speak out of the White House [in] this aggressive, violent language, when you discriminate, when you're a racist -- that's what you get. That's what you get," Fox said. "We need harmony, love, we need happy communities. And those concepts don't come out of his mouth."

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