James Corden Mocks Donald Trump In Game Show – WATCH VIDEO
James Corden mocked Donald Trump’s speech in which he announced he was running for President on Tuesday’s “Late Late Show.” In a made-up game show called “Trump Stumpers,” Corden, wearing a big blond wig, played host Wayne Lovelyhands, and had two contestants named Ian and David answer a number of questions, based on Trump’s announcement speech. Watch the funny video below.
In the first round, called “Trump Or False,” the two contestants were read sentences and had to decide whether or not they were actual lines from Trump’s announcement speech. Corden’s host character, however, told them in advance that the answer would “always be ‘true.'”
The first line Corden asked whether it was true or false was, “I am using my own money. I’m not using donors. I don’t care. I’m really rich.” David correctly guessed that Trump indeed said that. The next line was, “I like China. I just sold an apartment for $15 million to someone from China. Am I supposed to dislike them?” Ian answered it was false and that Trump did not say that. But when Corden reminded him the answer would always be “true,” Ian replied, “I know, but that just sounds too crazy.”
The second round of the game show was called “Fill In The Trump,” and the contestants where shown a quote from the mogul’s announcement speech, and had to guess the one word that was missing from the end of a sentence. They were first presented with Trump’s quote, “When Mexico sends us their people, they’re not sending their best. They’re sending drug dealers, criminals, and [blank].” Among the guesses were “parents hoping to give their children a better future,” “hard-working people just looking for an opportunity,” “baseball players,” and “Salma Hayek.” Eventually, David correctly answered “rapists.”
David then moved on to the final round and had to guess how many times Trump used the word “big” or “bigger” in his speech. The actual answer was 20 times. Check out the video below of James Corden’s game show “Trump Stumpers,” mocking Donald Trump’s speech in which he announced he was running for president.