“I don’t want to talk about Donald Trump every night,” Kimmel said in his Wednesday monologue, responding to Trump's tweet earlier that day citing Jay Leno's complaint that late-night had become too "one-sided." “None of us do. None of us who host these shows do, but he gives us no choice. If he sat in the White House all day quietly working on things I would almost never mention him because it’s not interesting, but before 10 a.m. today, before 10 o’clock this morning: his former campaign chairman was sentenced to prison for the second time in a week, he called himself the most successful president in history, and he tweeted to let people know his wife hasn’t been replaced by a body double. I’m not supposed to mention that? Obama wore mom jeans one time we made jokes about it for six straight years.” ALSO: Stephen Colbert responded to Trump's tweet in his Late Show monologue.