(Screenshot: The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon)

U2's Bono and The Edge—which sounds an awful lot like the name of a new jabbering morning-radio duo—went on The Tonight Show last night to promote their Joshua Tree tour and stand up for immigrants along the way. Sitting in what might have been the same chair as now-president Donald Trump did when he visited with Jimmy Fallon, Bono called out the rancid butternut squash’s rescinding of DACA earlier this week. But, since he was on The Tonight Show after all, Bono worked the critique into a bit:

“It’s a strange place we find ourselves in,” Bono starts, as the Edge seems to silently ask “How strange?” Jokey McJokerson responds, “You have a little emperor there with a bad haircut and his finger on the nuclear arsenal and a lot of people in silly costumes following him around. And then you have the dude from North Korea.”

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Last year’s Woman Of The Year then got more serious, alluding to his own move to the U.S., which he says is “not just a country, it’s an idea.” He calls himself and other Irish immigrants, like Fallon’s grandparents, Dreamers too. And “if there’s no room for Dreamers, then where are we in America?” Trump, who probably only has Achtung Baby if he owns any U2 albums (you know why), hasn’t responded to the slight, because he’s busy making collages: