The former Saturday Night Live "Weekend Update" anchor is best known these days as a conservative comedian. "I think people get upset because you’re conservative because you’re a comedian," said Kimmel during Miller's first-ever visit to his show and his first late-night appearance in four years. "I think it’s weird for a comedian to be conservative — unusual, I should say." "Noting he’s “as socially liberal as anybody,” Miller told Kimmel: “When I watch Trump, he doesn’t rankle me like he rankles people on your side. There are days when I think he’s a buffoon, there are days I can’t believe the stuff he says, but today, when I watched that thing (Trump’s Wednesday press conference), I kind of laugh."