The painting features President Trump sharing drinks with past Republican presidents Richard Nixon, Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, George Bush, Sr. and George W. Bush. After Kimmel sarcastically called the piece of art "a masterpiece," he noted of the three living people pictured, "two of them hate Donald Trump, the other one is Donald Trump."
"What a beautifully crafted piece of narcissism that is," Kimmel joked of the print titled "The Republican Club" by artist by Andy Thomas.
"It's hard to figure out which piece of insanity to focus on," Kimmel said in a portion of his monologue that wasn't made available online. "The fact that Richard Nixon and Abraham Lincoln in this scenario are friends or that Donald Trump weighs less than 200 pounds in this painting. Suffice it to say it's not very realistic."
Kimmel concluded his thoughts on the subject by showing his audience a "more realistic" painting of Trump inserted into artist Cassius Marcellus Coolidge's iconic piece, "Dogs Playing Poker."
Corden also wasn't impressed by the White House decor. "It's not a very good painting, but it is very historic because this has to be the first presidential portrait featuring a diet coke," the CBS star joked.
Corden added, "It looks like all of the other presidents are wondering why Trump is even there. They're like, 'Hahaha, but seriously what are you doing here? Is this an 'Apprentice' thing?'"
The comedian also assumed, "You know Trump can only name two of the other president's in that picture."
"'That's Regan, George W. Bush and is that —- wow, I had no idea Frasier was president,'” Corden joked, referencing President Ford, who does look a lot like Kelsey Grammer from his days as a sitcom star.