Trump mocks 'worst ever' Emmys ratings on Twitter

Trump mocks 'worst ever' Emmys ratings on Twitter

Trump mocks 'worst ever' Emmys ratings on Twitter

Sunday's Stephen Colbert-hosted Emmys averaged slightly more viewers (11.4 million) than 2016's ceremony (11.3 million), which was the lowest ever.

President Donald Trump sarcastically tweeted his sorrow Tuesday night over the poor ratings of Sunday's Emmy Awards, which, from the moment host Stephen Colbert took the stage, zinged him.

It appears that the Emmys' criticism of Trump has been sitting with the president since Monday morning, since his tweet references "last night" but was posted on Tuesday.

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Trump added that his supporters, the "deplorables", were the "smartest people" for not tuning in.

The President had earlier delivered a speech at the United Nations in NY in which he stated that the USA would "totally destroy" North Korea if "forced to defend itself or its allies".

While Trump never won the award, Alec Baldwin won one this year for his portrayal of the us president on Saturday Night Live.

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US President Donald Trump has weighed in on the Emmys, which were heavy on humour and swipes at his expense.

She did, however, praise Sean Spicer for his Emmy cameo, in which he made fun of his own post-inauguration press conference in which he chided the media never its reporting on Mr Trump's inaugural crowd size. If he had won an Emmy, I bet he wouldn't have run for president. The ratings this year tanked, shrinking to an all-time low and many are attributing it to the Trump-bashing. You've got to have the big numbers.

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