Celebs are starting to weigh in on Donald Trump's presidential aspirations. "It's the end of the world," says Top CelebStoner Jack Black. "That's the sign of the apocalypse. It's scary that it's even a possibility."
Black, who co-starred with Tim Robbins on the first season of HBO's The Brink this summer, adds that his show is "not nearly as funny as any one of Donald Trump's appearances. He's an insufferable force of comedy."
Late-night hosts like Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart (when he was still on The Daily Show) regularly thank Trump for giving them great material to work with.
On Oct. 3 at the Las Vega Hempfest, Tommy Chong, who's suffering with rectal cancer, joked: "The Republican Party and Tommy Chong have one thing in common: We're both having problems with assholes. I've got a tumor and the Republican Party has Trump."