‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’: Kathryn Hahn Doubts Donald Trump Could Last Longer “Than He Lasted With Stormy” In A Golf Match With Biden 

It looks like Donald Trump has an idea for a sporting event that could rival even the 2024 Paris Olympics.

Kathryn Hahn, who is guest hosting Jimmy Kimmel Live this week, shared a clip from Trump’s recent public appearance in which the presidential candidate challenged President Joe Biden to a friendly golf competition.

“Trump claims he wants to give Joe Biden a chance to redeem himself from the debate,” Hahn explained. “He’s offering to meet President Biden any T-time, anywhere.”

In the clip, Trump announced, “I’m officially challenging crooked Joe to an 18-hole golf match right here. It will be among the most-watched sporting events in history.”

He then added, “I will give him 10 strokes a side.”

But Hahn wasn’t buying Trump’s offer.

“10 strokes?” she asked. “That’s nine more than he lasted with Stormy [Daniels].”

Hahn has been brutally roasting Trump during her stint on Jimmy Kimmel Live, following in line with Jimmy Kimmel‘s legacy of ribbing the former president.

During Tuesday’s broadcast, the Agatha All Along star even went so far as to compare Trump to Jared Fogle, the former Subway spokesperson who pled guilty in 2015 to a child pornography charge and paying for sex with a child.

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Photo: ABC/Joe Raedle/David Lodge/FilmMagic

“It’s crazy that we’re all focused on Joe Biden’s mental fitness when the guy at the top of the other ticket is a convicted felon who told us to inject bleach,” she said on the show. “Sorry but they’re just not the same, they’re not the same.”

She then added, “For example, if you go on vacation, would you rather leave the kids with your elderly parents or with Jared from subway? Right? Something to think about.”

Hahn has made it clear on the show that she would rather vote for any other candidate than have Trump back in the oval office.

“I would vote for a skeleton over Donald Trump,” she confessed during Monday’s (July 8) broadcast of Live, before dejectedly adding, “In fact, I may literally be voting for a skeleton over Donald Trump.”

Jimmy Kimmel Live airs weeknights on ABC at 11:35/10:35c.

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