Bill Maher doesn’t believe Trump paid Russian prostitutes (Video)

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Real Time with Bill Maher returned on Friday, and the host set the record straight about whether or not Trump

Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States on Friday afternoon, mere hours before Bill Maher returned with a new season of Real Time. Maher may have a new set, but his stance on Trump hasn’t changed — in fact his disgust has only grown stronger.

Back in November, when Trump won the election but not the popular vote, Maher was among those who were urging us all to give the next President a chance. Perhaps there was a different person inside of the “Trump fat suit”, as the host put it in his monologue on Friday.

Everything that Trump has done since winning the election has only solidified in the minds of the thinking folk that he is who he says he is. Actions speak louder than words, and in 2017 so do tweets from the White House.

Maher’s stance has shifted from giving Trump a chance to joining in the fight to help prevent the destruction of the country. Of course, he leaned on his previously softer stance to serve up a joke about the whole Russian prostate scandal involving Trump.

“I just want to say right now about our new president,” Maher began. “I do not believe that Trump paid Russian prostitutes to pee on each other.”

Then came the punchline.

“I believe they did it, I just don’t believe he paid for it.”

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That’s the Bill we’ve all come to know and love over the years.

With Trump officially in office, Maher and the rest of the late night hosts are going to have to bring their best stuff on a nightly basis. There may not be a better political commentator than Maher, who unlike other late night hosts tries to see both sides of the issue because that’s what he believe, not because that’s how he wants to look.

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Maher going from wanting to give Trump a chance to making late night Trump jokes better again is one of the reasons we’re going to be glued to him throughout the next four years.