Surprise: people who have hosted the White House Correspondents’ Dinner and have worked with Michelle Wolf think she did a great job.

Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers have both hosted the White House Correspondents’ Dinner (and created controversy of their own in the process), both Seth Meyers and Trevor Noah have worked with Michelle Wolf on their shows, and everyone on late night is a comedian, so, yeah, everyone had lots of thoughts about theWhite House Correspondents’ Dinner “controversy.”

Seth Meyers defends Michelle Wolf by calling her “filthy” and “mean” because those are great qualities for comedians, but terrible qualities for free world leaders:

Stephen Colbert brings back the other Stephen Colbert — the one who has hosted the White House Correspondents’ Dinner to scold Michelle Wolf for her performance:

Trevor Noah notes that Michelle Wolf shouldn’t have made any comments about any woman’s appearance since she’s not the President, and fires her for her “disgraceful” appearance since comedians are expected to be polite and respect authority:

James Corden thinks that Trump is mad at Michelle Wolf for stealing his act:

Jimmy Fallon also notes that Trump was mad at Wolf’s performance because no one makes a mockery of his staff but him:

Aaron and Josh from The Opposition attend Trump’s rally to give Trump supporters the chance to roast the free press:

Late Night with Seth Meyers writer Jenny Hagel responds to Trump’s anti-Hispanic rhetoric which is MUCH MORE offensive than a joke about eyeshadow:

Speaking of, Seth Meyers takes A Closer Look at Trump’s unhinged rally in Michigan:

Hey — it’s time for some more Mean Tweets:

Seth Meyers is not surprised by the news that John Kelly called Trump an idiot:

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