Jimmy Fallon and Patty Smyth Belt "Goodbye to You" to Trump

Jimmy Fallon and singer Patty Smyth on the The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
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The pair pointed out all the blunders the president has made during his four years in office — enough to fill an entire song.

Jimmy Fallon seems pretty happy Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump and is projected to become the next president of the U.S., and he continued to celebrate the news Wednesday on The Tonight Show.

Fallon and rocker Patty Smyth belted a new version of her band Scandal's 1982 classic "Goodbye to You," which was dedicated to Trump.

Pointing out all the blunders the president made during his four years in office — enough to fill an entire song — Fallon and Smyth made it clear they were ecstatic to see him go. From Trump staring directly in the sun during the 2017 solar eclipse to his failed border wall to suggesting people infected with COVID-19 ingest disinfectant to his dealings with Ukraine (for which he was impeached), the song highlighted all the classic Trump headlines.

Like his fellow late-night hosts, Fallon has been a sharp critic of Trump for some time, lambasting him often in his monologue.

Watch the full song below.