Fox News is grasping at straws to defend Trump: Punchlines

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Late-night comics on Fox News' coverage of President Trump and the Russian investigation. Take a look at our favorite jokes, then vote for yours at opinion.usatoday.com.

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Late-night comic Jimmy Kimmel(Photo: Randy Holmes, AP)

News media have been busy this week! There was a new scandal to cover from the White House every day ... unless you work for Fox News, in which case you were in defense mode. Watch as late-night comics Trevor Noah and Jimmy Kimmel point out the interesting way Fox News is covering the #TrumpRussia saga.

Also, Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert have some words about Trump's impeachable offense.

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