Stephen Colbert stepped into controversy a few months back when he described U.S. President Donald Trump’s mouth as Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “c*ck holster” during a “Late Show” monologue, but fellow funnyman Bill Maher has gone even further by airing a Photoshopped picture detailing exactly what that particular scenario would look like.
On Friday’s edition of “Real Time with Bill Maher”, Maher goofed on the fact that Trump is on vacation at the same time as his Russian counterpart (whom Trump has praised on numerous occasions), which resulted in the show airing a doctored photo of Trump performing oral sex on Putin.
During Friday’s “New Rule” segment, Maher was joking about a series of flattering photos released by the Kremlin, showing a shirtless Putin during what appears to be a particularly manly vacation in Siberia.
“New Rule: Vladimir Putin has to admit he doctored this vacation photo — and not to just make your stomach tighter, Vlad,” joked Maher on Friday’s show. “You airbrushed out whole parts of the original.”
The “original” pic, displayed on the show, featured Trump’s head Photoshopped in such a way as to make it appear as if the 45th president of the United States was orally pleasuring Putin.
You can watch the segment below, but be forewarned: “Real Time with Bill Maher” airs on HBO, which is not subject to the same standards that govern network television, and the language and subject matter in the NSFW video may prove offensive to some.
Maher has been on Trump’s enemies list for years due to his relentless mocking of the former “Celebrity Apprentice” star, which reached a climax back in 2013 when Trump sued Maher over comments he made during a “Tonight Show” appearance.
Mocking Trump’s offer to award $5 million to charity if anyone came forward with proof that President Barack Obama wasn’t born in America, Maher jokingly offered $5 million to anyone who could prove that Trump wasn’t “the spawn of his mother having sex with an orangutan.”
Trump sued Maher for $5 million, and produced a birth certificate that his lawyers claimed as proof that Trump “is the son of Fred Trump, not an orangutan” (seriously, this actually happened). Trump later dropped the lawsuit.