The guy who wasn’t funny enough to land the coveted Tonight Show gig after Johnny Carson retired, is now saying President Donald Trump, the most successful business man in New York City’s history, couldn’t keep a job at Dairy Queen. Does anyone else remember the last time leftist former comedian David Letterman was funny? Yeah, neither do we…

Former late-night television show host David Letterman says that people need to “stop whining” about President Donald Trump and instead “figure out a way” to remove him from office.

Speaking in an interview Monday with The Associated Press, Letterman said he’s “tired” of “people, daily, nightly, on all the cable news shows telling us there’s something wrong.”

Instead, Letterman said, “I just think we ought to direct our resources and our energies to doing something about it.”

“If the guy (Trump) was running Dairy Queen, he’d be gone,” Letterman said. “This guy couldn’t work at The Gap. So why do we have to be victimized by his fecklessness, his ignorance?”

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Trump’s behavior, the former television host said, is “insulting” to the country. –Fox News

Isn’t it funny that David Letterman didn’t have any issues with inviting Donald Trump to appear on his show when he wanted the ratings. In fact, Donald Trump appeared a number of times on the Letterman Show and was always a good sport. Little did he know, comrade David was only using him to get ratings…

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Fortunately for David Letterman, Donald Trump was always a great guest on his show. Here’s a clip from a 1988 appearance.

The interview starts at the 15:50 minute mark:


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