James Corden Mocks Donald Trump's Presidential Announcement with "Trump Stumpers" Game Show
"You grossly underestimated how much this man can repeat a single word in the same speech."
James Corden looked like he was having a blast making fun of Donald Trump's presidential announcement speech on The Late Late Show on Tuesday. He dissected Trump's speech and turned it into a game show called "Trump Stumpers."
In the first part of the game, Corden reads quotes from Trump's speech — and has the two contestants guess whether it's true or false that Trump actually said the words. He gives the answers away from the beginning though, pointing out the answer would always be "true."
“I like China,” Trump said. “I just sold an apartment for $15 million to someone from China. Am I supposed to dislike them?”
"Just to be clear, that was said in 2015 to a room full of actual human beings," said Corden.
Corden also asked how many times Trump said "big" or "bigger" in his speech and played "Fill in the Trump."
"When Mexico sends us their people, they're not sending their best, they're sending drug dealers, criminals and..."
Hint: The answer is not Salma Hayek.