We all know how much Donald Trump loves McDonald’s – but Jimmy Fallon thinks he probably made an exception in honor of Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral.
“Of course everyone’s talking about this today: Leaders, dignitaries and politicians from around the world gathered in London for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth,” the host of “The Tonight Show” set up in his monologue on Monday.
“Meanwhile, Trump showed up at a Burger King and said, ‘Sorry for your loss,'” Fallon joked, leaning in as if ordering at a drive-through window and closing his eyes solemnly. Through the audience laughter he continued with a Trump impression: “Two Whoppers. French fries. Diet Coke.”
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Fallon also used his monologue to joke how the Queen’s death is being recognized elsewhere, including Heathrow Airport’s cancellation and delays of flights in observance of the funeral.
Other topics on his roast list included Taylor Swift’s upcoming album “Midnights” and the extensive fan conspiracy theories surrounding its release, and President Joe Biden’s much buzzed-about “60 Minutes” interview in which he unexpectedly declared that the pandemic is over.
“It’s kind of huge news to mention so casually, you know?” Fallon said. “I wasn’t expecting the end of a two-and-a-half year nightmare to be announced on the floor of the Detroit Auto Show.”
Watch Fallon’s full “Tonight Show” monologue in the video above.