We’re just a week away from Jeb Bush losing his mind and appearing at a debate in sweatpants
One of the most talented late-night hosts is James Corden who hosts “The Late Late Show.” If you’re not watching his Carpool Karaoke, you’re missing out. But he’s also worth tuning in for his mockery of the Republican candidates running for President.
Wednesday, when Corden let them have it as he walked through the New Hampshire poll results. Regretfully, he acknowledged that he thinks Donald Trump will eventually blow over, but only “by his reelection in 2020.” Chris Christie, who has now left the campaign trail, “which isn’t surprising. Like myself, he doesn’t look like the kind of guy who win’s a lot of races.”
Then it came to Jeb Bush, who has had a rough go of it in the early states, spending over $40 million in ads from his campaign and Super PAC only to see literally zero movement in the polls. “He came in fourth place, but he told CNN that he considers that a win,” Corden said confused. “I mean, is it possible for a man to be sadder than Jeb Bush? We are a week away from Jeb Bush walking on stage at a debate just wearing sweatpants, eating cereal directly out of the box and just going, ‘Oh, what’s the point?'”
When it came to Democrats, Corden acknowledged Sanders’ win and said that Hillary Clinton was just a few million coin tosses short during this election. But the most hilarious part came from MSNBC’s Chris Hayes who accidently called the Senator “Bernie Sandwiches” on air. “To be fair, Bernie Sandwiches sounds so much cooler than Bernie Sanders. Bernie Sandwiches sounds like a hoodlum from ‘Goodfellas.'”
“But the real story from last night was John Kasich,” Corden said of the long-shot candidate and his second-place finish. “If you don’t know who John Kasich is this is him,” he said flashing a photo of the Ohio Governor. “Actually, that’s just the first photo that comes up when you google ‘old white guy.’ … John Kasich has been running for a full year now, and finally, last night 23 percent of all Republicans in the state of New Hampshire said, ‘Sure, whatever, he’ll do.'” Corden went on to say that Kasich’s only selling point is that he’s not Trump, Cruz or Jeb. “I think that should be his main platform. Like his slogan should be: John Kasich, not those other dudes.”
Check out the hilarious video below: