Bill Maher: Donald Trump is not bipartisan, he’s bipolar!

For his new monologue on last night’s Real Time, Bill Maher had some scathing comments about the notion that Donald Trump’s flip-flopping is “bipartisan”.

Some people are calling Donald Trump a bipartisan president… but Bill Maher isn’t buying it!

Yesterday, Maher hit the airwaves with a new episode of Real Time on HBO, and he wasn’t holding back. Early into his monologue, Maher says how things are back to normal after Hurricanes Irma and Harvey — now all we have to worry about is “Sh-tstorm Trump”. And Maher is just getting started.

The Real Time host gets into the claims made during the past week that Donald Trump is a bipartisan president. Maher talks about the deal Trump made with Democrats to protect the “dreamers”. But by protecting them, Trump means he wants to throw them out. And by that, he means he doesn’t. Or… he does? Maher tries to to through all of this himself, and to him, Trump isn’t being “bipartisan” by chaning his mind so often — he’s just a flip-flopping lunatic.

“He thinks he’s being bipartisan. This is not bipartisan, it’s bipolar,” he quips.

Maher also talks about the big meeting between Trump and top Democrats Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi. It seems to be getting Donald some flak from his own supporters, with some giving him nicknames like “Amnesty Don”. But Maher can’t help but get a kick out of the image of Trump supporters burning their red “Make America Great Again” hats. But he also notes that it’s scary, as well, because it means those people have discovered fire.

You can watch the new monologue in the YouTube video below, courtesy of HBO.

New episodes of Real Time with Bill Maher air Friday nights at 10 PM EST on HBO.