Jimmy Kimmel: Trump NFTs Are ‘Literally Cards Against Humanity’

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On Thursday, former President Donald Trump made what he’d promoted the day before as a major announcement: the release of digital NFT trading cards featuring Trump as a superhero, an astronaut and several other fantastical figures, for $99 each.

Jimmy Kimmel complained that they’re not even real trading cards, but digital ones, “which is another way of saying nothing.”

“At least last time, you got a red hat. Now he’s selling you nothing! It’s literally Cards Against Humanity.” — JIMMY KIMMEL

“If you saw that at 2 a.m., would you be like, ‘Am I having an Ambien dream?’” — JIMMY FALLON

“Oh, look at this — it’s like QAnon meets QVC, it really is.” — JIMMY KIMMEL

“Even the most die-hard Trump supporters were like, ‘OK, now I’m worried.’” — JIMMY FALLON

“Even the MyPillow guy was going, ‘I think Trump’s lost it.’” — JIMMY FALLON

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