The match-up will run over two nights, June 26 and 27.
He was asked about the case by a White House reporter.
“Thank you for a job well done,” Trump tweeted Thursday.
“It’s what Hollywood has been doing for years,” Noah quipped.
“There are only so many things that America is ready for,” comedian tells Urban Hollywood 411.
“If you can’t face a Fox audience, you can’t face the U.S.,” Goldberg quipped.
“He wanted to change the words to ‘Trump Train,’” Walter Williams says.
“I hope he’s proud of me,” Biden said while discussing his late son.
Actor-comedian D.L. Hughley, ‘The View’ fixture Ana Navarro, and others spoke out.
POTUS tweeted a 2020 campaign video featuring an unauthorized song.