Catch up on last night's Emmy Awards with these 5 graphics

Catch up on last night's Emmy Awards with these 5 graphics”

The US President is in NY, staying at Trump Tower, during the United Nations General Assembly.

However, President Trump aired his feelings on the show while slamming what he perceived as bad ratings. In his speech before the United Nations, he threatened to "totally destroy North Korea".

Conway also said people may be tuning out because everyone "sounds the same" bashing Trump. And the first minutes of Sunday's broadcast seemed nearly created to goad the president to respond.

Schwarzenegger was quick to respond, taking to Twitter himself in an attempt to steer Mr. Trump's attention back to his new responsibilities.

Jimmy Fallon got a lot of flack for having Donald Trump on his show and taking it easy on him. The Late Show star, 54, went in on the business mogul-turned-politician, 71, and teased him for never winning an Emmy for his reality series, Celebrity Apprentice - which he was eventually fired from for making offensive remarks about Mexican immigrants.

After the laughter died down, he said, "I can promise you this, that kiss was a one-time thing".

For example, Lena Waithe became the first black woman to win a comedy writing Emmy. "So in a way this is all your fault".

"What really matters to Donald Trump is ratings". You wanted publicity, now you got it, you pathetic worm. And I certainly hope that we achieve that tonight.

He said: "The big winners last night were Donald Glover, Hulu and former White House press secretary Sean Spicer".

It turned out that Spicer was wrong on both occasions.

Trump's statement that the 2017 Emmys had been "the worst year" is incorrect - reports have since confirmed that this year's ceremony was watched by 11.4 million viewers compared with 11.3 million in 2016.

Stephen Colbert's opening monologue for the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards started out normal.

"Saturday Night Live" led the way with eight of the TV awards, which were handed out Sunday night in Los Angeles.

Social media users were fast enough to react to Trump's tweet, with some saying the president should get his priorities right and be more concerned about the quake in Mexico City rather than concentrating on the ratings of an award show.

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