Black-ish star Anthony Anderson stepped in for Jimmy Kimmel on Monday night, for the late-night show’s first episode since the host announced a summer hiatus — using the platform to poke fun at Kanye West’s presidential bid and this weekend’s Fourth of July parties.
“Wow, President Kanye,” Anderson said after reading West’s tweet. “That’s right, Yeezy wants to be Preezy.”
“Laugh all you want, but this would be historic,” he added. “Because while this country has had a black president, we’ve never had a crazy black president.”
Anderson addressed West’s late registration and listed the steps he would have to take to have a legitimate candidacy, which include creating a campaign platform, registering with the Federal Election Commission, and filing as an independent candidate, which