WATCH: USA Today Accidentally Proves Just How Unified Late-Night Hosts Are Against Trump

Trevor Noah speaks onstage during the YouTube Brandcast 2018 presentation at Radio City Music Hall on May 3, 2018 in New York City.
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USA Today's latest "Best of Late Night" highlight reel from the top late-night shows perfectly demonstrates just how unified the late-night hosts are in their partisan disdain for the president.

Among the hosts featured in the video are the increasingly political and Trump-obsessed Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, who has been frantically trying to prove he also despises Trump after making the mistake of "normalizing" him during the 2016 election, the Trump-mocking James Corden, and the Trump-neglected Trevor Noah.

USA Today was particularly impressed by Noah's rant, which it featured in its headline for the "best of" video. In yet another racially-charged segment, Noah wonders aloud what it's going to take to get Trump to tweet insulting comments about him like he does other celebrities who happen to be black, including Don Lemon and LeBron James.

Video below via USA Today:

Since he first took over for Jon Stewart, Noah has been struggling to attain the prominence and ratings of his predecessor. Clearly, he understands that Trump equals ratings.

Noah, who is South African, was recently blasted by the French government for declaring that "Africa won the World Cup," not France. "Africa won the World Cup," Noah said. "I get it, they have to say it's the French team. But look at those guys. You don't get that tan by hanging out in the south of France, my friends."

In response, French Ambassador in Washington, Gérard Araud, slammed Noah for "denying [the players'] Frenchness."

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