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Patton Oswalt roasts Trump's State of the Union address

By Admin / Published On Wednesday, 31 Jan 2018 22:52 PM / No Comments / 22 views

Many celebrities in Hollywood roasted President Donald Trump on Twitter during his first State of the Union address on Tuesday night at the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C. 

Patton Oswalt lead the way in celebrity commentary as he took to social media to live tweet Trump’s speech to his more than four million followers.

The 47-year-old comedian joked along with his fans during the hour-long speech broadcast across television screens and on the internet, saying ‘Here comes Trump’s cabinet. Scientifically this is called a “goblin picnic” before using the hashtag #SOTU. 

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Tough: President Trump received backlash online during his first State of the Union address on Tuesday night at the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C

Tough: President Trump received backlash online during his first State of the Union address on Tuesday night at the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C

In another tweet, the Spy Kids star wrote, ‘Any lip readers out there? Is Melanie repeating, “Help me” through clenched teeth?’

First Lady Melania Trump arrived in the House chamber wearing a white Dior suit, and reportedly took her own motorcade to Capitol Hill amid allegations of marital troubles with the president after porn star Stormy Daniels alleged an affair in 2006, a year-and-a-half into their marriage. 

‘Good to be in a room where I’m either hated or barely tolerated,’ Patton tweeted of the president’s speech. ‘Feels like home.’

Comedy: The 47-year-old comedian joked along with his fans during the hour-long speech broadcast across television screens and on the internet

Comedy: The 47-year-old comedian joked along with his fans during the hour-long speech broadcast across television screens and on the internet

Goblin picnic: Patton Oswalt lead the way in celebrity commentary as he took to social media to live tweet Trump's speech to his more than four million followers

Goblin picnic: Patton Oswalt lead the way in celebrity commentary as he took to social media to live tweet Trump’s speech to his more than four million followers

Help! In another tweet, the Spy Kids star wrote, 'Any lip readers out there? Is Melanie repeating,

Help! In another tweet, the Spy Kids star wrote, ‘Any lip readers out there? Is Melanie repeating, “Help me” through clenched teeth? 

'Good to be in a room where I'm either hated or barely tolerated,' Patton tweeted of the president's speech. 'Feels like home'

‘Good to be in a room where I’m either hated or barely tolerated,’ Patton tweeted of the president’s speech. ‘Feels like home’

Trump was joined in the House of Representatives by his wife, Melania, and all of his adult children. His youngest son, Barron, stayed behind.

Part of his nearly 80-minute long speech focused on the dangerous MS-13 gang and subsequent violence surrounding the group and its members.

‘Stop trying to make “MS13” happen, Donald!’ Oswalt tweeted. 

'Puerto Rico's still underwater' Oswald wrote of the devastating hurricane that swept through the US territory in September

‘Puerto Rico’s still underwater’ Oswald wrote of the devastating hurricane that swept through the US territory in September

'Solid legacy' Patton tweeted of the Trump supporters in his timeline

‘Solid legacy’ Patton tweeted of the Trump supporters in his timeline

'Stop trying to make

‘Stop trying to make “MS13” happen, Donald!’ Oswalt tweeted

Many celebrities joined Patton on Twitter to voice their outrage at the president and his State of the Union.

Sarah Silverman wrote, ‘I was told darkness could not exist in the light. But here it is, for everyone to not see.’

Jim Carrey brought a more artistic approach to the address with an image of shark fins swimming through colorful paint. 

Funny lady: Sarah Silverman wrote, 'I was told darkness could not exist in the light. But here it is, for everyone to not see'

Funny lady: Sarah Silverman wrote, ‘I was told darkness could not exist in the light. But here it is, for everyone to not see’

Unique: Jim Carrey brought a more artistic approach to the address with an image of shark fins swimming through colorful paint

Unique: Jim Carrey brought a more artistic approach to the address with an image of shark fins swimming through colorful paint

Tears: In another drawing, Carrey showed Abraham Lincoln with one solemn tear streaming down his face and the words, 'It's my party and I'll cry if I want to!'

Tears: In another drawing, Carrey showed Abraham Lincoln with one solemn tear streaming down his face and the words, ‘It’s my party and I’ll cry if I want to!’

In another drawing, Carrey showed Abraham Lincoln with one solemn tear streaming down his face and the words, ‘It’s my party and I’ll cry if I want to!’

The Ellen Show producer Andy Lassner eloquently tweeted, ‘Good luck to “Saturday Night Live” on trying to make this any more f****ng ridiculous than it already is.’ 

Trump’s speech was the third-longest State of the Union at one hour and 20 minutes in length, according to The New York Times. 

President Bill Clinton spoke for one hour and 28 minutes in 2000, and one hour and 24 minutes in 1995, according to the American Presidency Project.

Laughs: The Ellen Show producer Andy Lassner eloquently tweeted, 'Good luck to

Laughs: The Ellen Show producer Andy Lassner eloquently tweeted, ‘Good luck to “Saturday Night Live” on trying to make this any more f****ng ridiculous than it already is’

Discuss: Trump's speech was the third-longest State of the Union at one hour and 20 minutes long, according to The New York Times

Discuss: Trump’s speech was the third-longest State of the Union at one hour and 20 minutes long, according to The New York Times

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