Donald Trump has done a lot of terrible, irredeemable things since becoming president—the newly-upheld Muslim ban, supporting alleged child molester Roy Moore, defending neo-Nazis in Charlottesville, separating asylum-seeking children from their parents and sticking them in cages, collaborating with dirtbag xenophobic nihilist Stephen Miller—but now he's really gone TOO FAR: he's made Jimmy Fallon somewhat sympathetic.

Last week, Fallon threw himself a pity party while he kinda apologized for tousling Trump's hair during the run-up to the election and normalizing a sociopath before what was, at the time, the largest late night audience on television. Despite his defensive posture, Trump must have noticed a headline somewhere about Fallon apologizing, because he tweeted at Fallon to "be a man Jimmy!"

The incredibly mild war of words between the most ineffectual late night host and pettiest president in American history continued last night as Fallon (who made a donation in the president's name to RAICES) devoted some of his monologue to Trump's tweet. The jokes were, as you might imagine, tame and lame, but at least he acknowledged the situation: "Before we begin, I just wanna give a shout-out to our show's number one fan, the president of the United States!" Fallon said. "As you may have heard, last night, the president of the United States went after me on Twitter, so Melania, if you're watching, I don't think your anti-bullying campaign is working."

"When I saw that Trump insulted me on Twitter, I was going to tweet back immediately, but I thought, 'I have more important things to do,'" he continued. "And then I thought, ‘Wait, shouldn't he have more important things to do? He's the president! What are you doing? You're the president!'" And let me tell you, this was all the better material from the monologue.

(Later in the show, Fallon also disputed Trump's claim that he had called him to tell him that he had "monster ratings:" "I've never called this human in my life. I don't have his number, I don't want his number," Fallon said. "By the way, Donald, I don't know if you've seen my ratings the past two years, but you didn't help.")

At least now we can put this low-energy feud to rest...what's that? Trump spoke at a rally in South Carolina for Gov. Henry McMaster last night and spent the majority of it ranting about late night comedians? Oh God this is never going to end.

Speaking about Fallon, he said, “He looks like a lost soul. But you know what he’s a nice guy. I agreed to do his show, and because I guess I was running at the time, he got tremendous ratings on that show. Killed everybody, right? He should be thankful. He shouldn’t be upset and angry. A year and a half, two years later, he is now apologizing because he humanized me...The poor guy. Now he’s going to lose all of us."

He also mocked Jimmy Kimmel as "terrible" ("He would stand outside of the studio waiting for me….He’s standing out on Hollywood Boulevard, he’s standing there opening the door going, ohhh.") and here's what he said about Stephen Colbert: “The guy on CBS, what a lowlife. Honestly, are these people funny? And I can laugh at myself. Frankly if I couldn’t I would be in big trouble. But they have no talent. They’re not, like, talented people. Johnny Carson was talented." At least we get to look forward to what I'm sure will be a much more entertaining response from Colbert tonight, whatever that's worth.