John Oliver delivered his third coronavirus-era Last Week Tonight segment on Sunday night, again recording the episode from a remote location after production was shut down on his show and all the other late night series weeks ago. And he had a lot to say about Donald Trump's mishandling of the pandemic, highlighting all of the opportunities he had to get ahead of the virus.

“This was always going to be hard, but it actually didn’t need to be this hard. And that is why it is so profoundly disheartening that we’re being led through this crisis by a man who may be less equipped to deal with this historical moment than anybody in recorded history,” Oliver said.

The host also tackled the irresponsible people who have not taken quarantine guidelines seriously, and Trump's desire to get the nation moving again in April: “Relaxing social distancing right now isn’t just trading one bad outcome for another,” he said. “It’s trading one bad outcome for both bad outcomes. It’s shitting on your cake and choking on it too.”

And he noted that he really does hope Trump can do better with the crisis. "Handling a crisis well is not inherently political," he said, pointing to the examples of Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Governor Andrew Cuomo, both of whom he thinks are doing good jobs. "I can't wait to get to the other side of this when I can go back to being irritated by [Cuomo] again," he added.