In the latest episode of Donald Trump's rants, the president spent most of the weekend tweeting about a variety of topics and personal grievances that made little sense.

Instead of focusing on the more than 50,000 people who have been killed by COVID-19 or focusing on efforts to reduce the number of deaths, the president spent much of Saturday and Sunday confused about who gets Nobel Prizes and how to actually spell Nobel.

He also spent hours deflecting blame about the federal government's lackluster response to the virus, tweeting out fake videos of presidential hopeful Joe Biden and retweeting praise from other Republicans.

Thankfully, CNN host Don Lemon was around to give voice to how we're all feeling right about now.

Here are some of the best responses to Lemon's on-air comments.

Many comments noted how far Lemon has come since his early days on CNN.

But overall, most people thanked Lemon for representing exactly how they're feeling right now. 

Over the past two weeks, the phrase #TrumpIsALaughingStock has circulated online, reminding us that we can all agree on at least one thing these days.

One user tried to sum up all of the problems we're facing in just one tweet.

The best part of the segment was not just what Lemon was saying but his facial expression.

But one user brought it all back around to remind us that Lemon's response was award-worthy.

Trump continued to tweet about the Nobel Prize on Sunday, complaining that he had not received one and claiming reporters who covered his impeachment shouldn't get one.

Many noted that reporters don't receive Nobel Prizes and that he was confusing it with the Pulitzer Prize.

Lemon has long been tired of the Trump era, regularly slamming Trump's "alternative facts." In January, Lemon nearly cursed on air when discussing the latest scandal at the time involving tweets from Republican Party members.

Lemon went after the president for gaslighting America by completely changing his stance on the spread of the virus, as Blavity previously reported.

"The president of the United States is gaslighting you and you deserve to know. … The president of the United States has been making demonstrably false statements from the beginning of all of this. At a time when real leadership could have saved lives, he caused a lot of people to think that this virus wasn't a serious threat. We now know it is," Lemon said in March.