Kimmel says Trump is always playing ‘Where’s Waldo?’

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Jimmy Kimmel pointed out on his show last night that Donald Trump seems to be a big fan of Where’s Waldo?, as he always seems to be looking for him.

If Donald Trump is looking for Waldo, then maybe that’s why the spectacled, striped-shirt wearing man doesn’t want to be found!

Last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Kimmel spoke about the awkward visit Dennis Rodman made to North Korea. He brought an assortment of gifts to Kim Jong Un, and it’s the most random collection of items you could imagine. Hilariously, Trump’s book “The Art of the Deal” is included. “As if [Kim Jong Un] needs help negotiating,” Kimmel jokes.

Also curiously included is the children’s book “Where’s Waldo?”. This led to Kimmel imagining how North Korea would culturally adapt American books for their lifestyle. Such titles as “Good Night Un” and “The Very Hungry Caterpillar And Millions Of Other People.” It’s humorous, but also sadly true.

But bringing up “Where’s Waldo?” leads to Kimmel pointing something out. During all of President Trump’s speeches, he always seems to be playing “Where’s Waldo?”. To show what he means, Kimmel presents a video compilation of short clips from many different Trump speeches. At each one of them, he always takes a moment to search for a particular person in the crowd, as if he’s always scanning for that little man in the red and white hat.

You can watch Kimmel’s take down in the YouTube video below.

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Keep up the good work, Kimmel! And those of you reading, be sure to catch new episodes of Jimmy Kimmel Live weeknights at 11:35 p.m. EST on ABC.