Ever wonder how much comic material Trump provides foreign nations? Wonder no more.

On the season premiere of Last Week Tonight on HBO Sunday Sunday, John Oliver offered an entire montage.

The countries featured in the comedic montage include Israel, Germany, Spain, Pakistan, Bulgaria, Taiwan, Ethiopia, Turkey, South Korea, Italy, and of course Russia, and later, Russia.

It’s become an “international cottage industry,” Oliver observed, adding later, “Is anything about Trump funny anymore? Somehow the world’s most [objectively] laughable human has become a comedy graveyard where laughter goes to die.”

An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Bulgaria
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Bulgaria.
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Ethiopia.
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Ethiopia.
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Germany.
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Germany, dancing to "Uptown Funk."
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Israel.
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Israel, dancing to Guns 'n' Roses.
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Italy.
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Italy.
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Pakistan.
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Pakistan.
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in South Korea.
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in South Korea.
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Spain.
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Spain.
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Taiwan.
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Taiwan.
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Turkey.
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Turkey.

The international countries’ offered their reaction to Trump’s “America First” foreign policy. However, Russia took the cake for its bit Trump and Putin’s one-sided relationship.

An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Russia.
An unfunny portrayal of Trump in Russia.

At one point, a Russian Trump impersonator “picks up a phone call” from “Putin” while speaking on stage.

For his part, British immigrant Oliver came to the defense of the American people, speaking to the foreign countries on behalf of Americans who…aren’t Trump.

“Donald Trump does not reflect America,” the host told the camera. “Trump is the worst of us, but he’s not all of us.”

To end the segment, Oliver had the New York’s Gay Men’s Chorus singing Smashmouth’s “All Star” to show that America is still indeed great.

Photos via "Last Week Tonight"