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Jon Lovitz tears into Colbert, Kimmel for pushing ‘political agenda’ in late night

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Actor and comedian Jon Lovitz took aim at the politicization of late-night comedy, calling out liberal hosts Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, and Seth Meyers during an exclusive interview with FOX News Digital.Lovitz, who’s been a comedy icon for nearly 40 years since his days as a “Saturday Night Live” cast member, was asked about the transformation of comedy over the years and drew attention to how polarizing late-night shows have become since the Trump era. “I don’t like it.

I don’t like it,” Lovitz said. “They were comedy shows. And now, except for Jimmy Fallon, they’ve all become very political.

And for me, it’s just- it’s too much.” “I mean, Johnny Carson would, you know, he would do two or three jokes about whoever was president then or what was going on then and that was it.

But they were entertainment shows,” he said. “I know all those guys. And they’re very nice guys. Very talented. I know Seth.

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