Late Night Hosts Can't Get Enough of Eminem's Fiery Anti-Trump Freestyle

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On Wednesday's Late Night, the host discussed the rapper's "powerful" five-minute freestyle, which found him taking aim at both the president and his followers. "Today he told people to boycott the M&M Store".

Eminem's video has already gone viral, for obvious reasons.

Eminem slammed the Republican president as "a kamikaze who will probably cause a nuclear holocaust" before criticizing Trump's ongoing campaign against NFL national anthem protests.

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"Now the title of Eminem's rap was 'The Storm, ' so naturally Donald Trump reacted by throwing rolls of paper towels at him", Corden said, referencing Trump's visit to Puerto Rico where he was spotted throwing paper towels at a crowd.

Eminem has unleashed a lyrical tirade against President Donald Trump, saying he "came to stomp". Now he's a loser.

Not only this, through his rap, the Lose Yourself star also urged fans to choose sides between him and Trump.

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What, you thought Eminem would let all the attention from a blistering, anti-Donald Trump freestyle go to waste?

Wrote one former supporter, "I was a fan of Eminem".

Over on CBS, James Corden also joked about the video, noting that it was shot in a parking garage, which made it "a really intense shoot-not because Eminem was taking down the president, but because they had to get the whole crew out of the parking structure in under an hour, or it was going to be 20 bucks a auto".

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