Former President Donald Trump bid farewell to late night host Jimmy Kimmel with the words “Good riddance,” hinting that the talk show may be reaching its conclusion.

Trump went on Truth Social to publicly humiliate Kimmel, saying: “They could get a far more talented person, who would also get better Ratings, for 5% of what they are paying this Loser!”

Trump bid his farewell following a recent conversation with the Los Angeles Times, during which the 56-year-old talk show host hinted that his upcoming stint as the host of the Academy Awards could mark the end of his current contract.

“I think this is my final contract,” Kimmel told the publication. “I hate to even say it, because everyone’s laughing at me now — each time I think that, and then it turns out to not be the case.”

Nevertheless, following the show’s 21st anniversary festivities, Kimmel mentioned that the duration left on his existing contract could be deemed sufficient for him.

“I still have a little more than two years left on my contract, and that seems pretty good,” he noted. “That seems like enough.”

Throughout his tenure in the White House and beyond, Kimmel has consistently displayed his disdain for Trump, making no effort to conceal it. His show is riddled with contemptuous remarks aimed at the probable 2024 Republican contender. Just last month, Kimmel even went as far as to indulge in a morbid fantasy about Trump’s demise, suggesting that a Supreme Court ruling against his presidential immunity argument could potentially be fatal for him. The audience present during the live broadcast responded with enthusiastic applause.

This Disney-owned ABC comedian frequently utilizes his late-night platform to launch scathing attacks on Trump and his supporters. Consequently, the show’s ratings have plummeted significantly, prompting Kimmel himself to publicly acknowledge that his relentless Trump-bashing has caused “half of my fans — maybe more than that” to seek alternative entertainment options.