Late-night got some fresh material for their monologues on Thursday thanks to some wild new headlines about Donald Trump.
Earlier in the day, former Trump Tower doorman Dino Sajudin tweeted, "I can confirm that while working at Trump World Tower I was instructed not to criticize President Trump's former housekeeper due to a prior relationship she had with President Trump which produced a child." He also confirmed that the National Enquirer paid him for his story, which was then reportedly buried. The Trump Organization denied the claims.
"You know they've been looking into Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen and instances in which he or the National Enquirer paid people to shut them up," Jimmy Kimmel said, immediately bringing up the subject in his monologue.
"I don't know what it is with former 'Apprentice' hosts and their maids, but this is, but if this is true -- which it's probably not by the way -- I'm gonna guess it was Eric and that employee is none other than Gary Busey," he joked.
"But if the story is true, there could be another Trump kid out there who would be an adult right now, which is crazy to think about," he said, before his "own" doorman showed up to try and blackmail Kimmel.
Late-night host Stephen Colbert used his quick wit to bring light to the scandal as well.
"Okay it's official. There is now a housekeeper I feel worse for than the one at that Russian hotel," the late-night host joked, referencing the infamous pee tape rumor.
"Wow, the President must be really ashamed of this scandal, considering the children he is willing to claim," the CBS star added, as a picture of Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr. flashed across the screen.
Late-night host James Corden brought in the most laughs on his show, spitting out the most savage jokes on Trump's rumored affair.
"Now I know a doorman is meant to keep track of who's going in and out, but this is ridiculous," Corden began, causing laughter in the audience.
Corden also called out Trump's denial, joking, "I don't believe it, something Trump didn't want to put his name on!"
"It's beginning to sound like Donald Trump's spent last of the past 30 years trying to Make America Pregnant Again," the CBS star continued. "I would like that on a hat though."
"The Daily Show with Trevor Noah"
"Trump might have a secret kid? I bet everyone who doesn't know their father right now is panicking," Trevor Noah joked at the top of his show. "They're phoning their moms, like, 'Tell me it wasn't him, mom, tell me it wasn't him! Tell me it was a crackhead.'"
"Everyone in this story is talking about whether these payoffs constitute illegal campaign contributions ... that's why it's big news ... but for me, there's a bigger story here," Noah continued. "You realize if you were born in the 1980s, you might be Donald Trump's child. Yeah, you could be in line to inherit billions of dollars ... in debt."