"Don't worry Mr. President. They're not laughing at you. They're laughing with each other at you," Stephen Colbert jokes.
The President of the United States of America was the laughing stock of the United Nations on Tuesday, and therefore also the source of many late-night LOLs just hours later. But what else is new, right?
While every comedian on television focused on ripping apart Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's virgin defense against sexual assault allegations, Stephen Colbert, James Corden, Seth Meyers, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon also found the time to roast Donald Trump for trying to brag that his administration "has accomplished more than almost any administration in the history of our country."
"He got a big laugh," Corden marveled. "I look forward to Trump doing his set again on the next season of 'Comedians in Cars Committing Collusion.'"
In case you missed the viral moment from Trump's speech in New York City yesterday, a few chuckles rang out after Trump made the unsubstantiated claim, so he paused and added, "So true."
That only led to more laughter, prompting the president to say, "Didn't expect that reaction, but that's okay."
That zinger got the biggest laugh from a crowd, so Corden observed, "And they say Donald Trump can't bring people together."
Meyers joked, "Technically they were still laughing from when he said, 'Hello, I'm the president of the United States.'"
"And you know it was crazy, because even the Germans laughed," Meyers added.
Colbert joked, "Don't worry Mr. President. They're not laughing at you. They're laughing with each other at you."
The "Late Show" host spent the most time laying into Trump, not just for that particular moment, but his entire speech, including the fact that he was late to the speaking engagement.
"He was so late that Ecuador's president had to take his place," Colbert said. "C'mon, man! You're from New York. You know what the traffic is like when the UN is here. Just take the subway. I know it smells like pee, but rumor is you like that."
He played clips of President Trump criticizing other countries during the speech and compared him to an "insult comic" working the room. But guess who Trump did praise: Rocket Man himself, Kim Jong-Un.
"I can't believe the only guy he praised was Kim-Jong Un. Putin's going to be jealous," Colbert joked.
Trump's overall message to the United Nations was to leave America alone. "We will never surrender America's sovereignty to an unelected, unaccountable global bureaucracy," the president said. "America is governed by Americans. We reject the ideology of globalism and we embrace the doctrine of patriotism."
"So Trump appeared in front of the United Nations to reject the premise of nations uniting," Colbert said to sum up the president's message.
He compared it to Trump making a speech at a wedding, only to declare he doesn't believe in the institution of marriage.
"Congratulations to Mike and Diane on their wedding," Colbert said in his Trump impression. "We believe the institution of marriage is a sham. We reject the ideology of monogamy. Diane, when Mike gets fat, call me."
Kimmel also used a wedding metaphor, comparing the speech to "when your alcoholic uncle grabs the microphone at your wedding, no good can come of it."
Fallon joked that halfway through Trump's speech, "every foreign leader was begging to be deported."
After playing the clip of Trump getting laughed at, Fallon said, "Trump hasn't heard that much laughter since his night with Stormy Daniels."
Watch all the late-night monologues below, with the exception of Kimmel's, as it was not made available online.