President Donald Trump constantly brags about how many people attend his events. He seems to be fascinated by big numbers. However, Trump doesn't have to worry about being ahead of presidents who precede him when it comes to the number of jokes the Late Night talk show hosts have told about him.

So far, the record was set for President Bill Clinton who received the most late night quips. Most of them came in 1998, which was during the Monica Lewinsky scandal. He was the subject of 1,717 laughs. To be fair to Clinton, this number includes those from 1992 to 2012.

That's before Lewinsky as well as after her.

Trump's jokes in 100 days

The tally for Trump's jokes does not include the ones he received on the campaign trail. The Center for Media and Public Affairs at George Mason University reported that comedians have made 1,060 jokes about Trump in his first 100 days as president.

If you add in other Trump-related jokes including his family and his administration, the number jumps to 1,530. That's more than the 936 about former President Obama in his entire first year, and most of them were gentle ones unlike those about Trump. President George W. Bush was the subject of only 546 during his first year.

Which comedian?

It was revealed that Stephen Colbert has told the most Trump jokes and Jimmy Kimmel has told the fewest.

Colbert has made people laugh over the 337 that he told on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert." Tevor Noah of "The Daily Show With Trevor Noah" followed close behind with his 315.

Jimmy Fallon of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" told 231, and Jimmy Kimmel on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" told only 177 Trump jokes. The late night hosts told 290 jokes about Republicans and only 95 about Democrats.

Apparently, Colbert went too far with something he joked about last week. The Federal Communications Commission is investigating him for telling a homophobic joke.

The agency is trying to determine if what Colbert said was a violation and if there is a reasonable consequence for it.

Typically, a fine has to be paid in a case like that.

Bill Maher made a reference to incest about the president and his close relationship with his daughter Ivanka Trump. He, too, has come under fire.

Will the laughs about Trump stop? People don't think so because the president is always tweeting or saying something that gives the comedian lots of things to make people laugh about. Besides, it is job security for the late night television hosts and their writers.