A little-known comedian took to the center stage at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in April and became the talk of the country. Michelle Wolf spent time working on Late Night with Seth Meyers and The Daily Show with Trevor Noah in the past four years, but her roast of the White House staff really put her on the map. A month after the controversial roast, Wolf's Netflix series The Break premiered on Netflix. For those who believed her jokes at the Correspondent's Dinner were too edgy, this show is not for them. The Break is not meant for people who are easily offended. 

On a recent episode of The Break, Wolf decided to take shots at the politicians who orchestrated the Trump Administrations "zero tolerance" policy. She roasted them on a segment she titled the "Teeny-Roast," where she used tiny reprints of the politicians she's making fun of to illustrate her jokes. She also included a tiny cut out of Shaq, because "he loves roasts." Her jokes range from crude to downright disrespectful, in the most hilarious way. She comments on Mike Pence's fear of homosexuality, United States Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen's appetite for sorrow, and White House Senior Advisor Stephen Miller's oddly shaped head. Check out the entire segment below.