George W. Bush Thought Jimmy Kimmel's Anti-Trump Oscars Opening Was 'Damn Good' AND Admits He Loved When Comedians Impersonated Him!
Like Donald Trump, former president George W. Bush has seen his fair share of impressions about him during his stint in office.
But unlike the orange cheeto currently running the White House, the 43rd POTUS was never bothered by a good roast at his expense!
Stopping by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday, Bush admitted he LOVED when comedians made fun of his presidential faux pas — he even bragged about old gems like "stragegery" and "misunderestimate," noting the best humor "is when you make fun of yourself."
After complementing the late night host on his "damn good" monologue (which was chock full of Trump jabs), Bush poked fun at Kimmel not knowing what to do after the wrong envelope was given to Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway. He quipped:
"Pass the envelope, please."
Ch-ch-check out the clips (below) to hear Bush discuss Trump's inauguration, Dick Cheney's gun incident, and so much more!