Jimmy Kimmel misleads Hillary Clinton supporters into agreeing with Donald Trump quotes

'I’ve worked for 38 years at the hospital with women, and that’s very accurate'

Jack Shepherd
Thursday 04 August 2016 16:17

Jimmy Kimmel has often misled people; on numerous times at Coachella, he sent a camera crew down to ask festival goers whether they had heard of certain bands. The catch? Each band was fake.

He did the same with the iPhone, asking citizens of New York whether they thought the ‘new’ model was worth the upgrade. Unfortunately for those who agreed, Kimmel’s people were actually presenting a much older iPhone version.

By now, you would have thought Americans would know not to trust a camera crew at face value, but, once again, people were caught off guard by those behind the Jimmy Kimmel Live.

This time, a crew were sent down to a Democratic rally in order to ask Hillary Clinton supporters whether they agreed with certain quotes from their Presidential candidate. However, the quotes read out were not from Clinton but controversial rival Donald Trump.

“There’s nothing I love more than women, but they’re really a lot different than portrayed — they are far worse than men, more aggressive, and boy, can they be smart,” one unsuspecting victim was read. The man responded: “I’ve worked for 38 years at the hospital with women, and that’s very accurate.”

Luckily, by the end of the video, the someone sees through the joke, refusing to agree with a quote about Bette Midler.

With the Presidential campaign kicking up a gear in recent weeks, various late show hosts in the US have started poking fun at both Trump and Clinton. In one highly publicised segment, Jon Stewart joined Stephen Colbert to blast Trump, the transcript of which you can read here.

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