More tweets from President Donald Trump mean more fodder for late night hosts. Take Jimmy Kimmel, who on his show “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Thursday night, responded directly to Trump’s tweets about the taking down of Confederate and other racist statues. You can read Trump’s tweets below. Also Read: Mother of Charlottesville Victim Has 'No Interest' in Speaking With Trump (Video) Sad to see the history and c...

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