"Kendrick opened the door for people like me and Vince to speak up instead of just glorifying the ignorant stuff", he told Pitchfork previous year.
James Corden made a couple jokes about Eminem's video, one in particular was quite good, with him saying that Trump responded to Eminem with his own rap that goes, "Will the National Football League players please stand up, please stand up?" Let's just say it wasn't quite Slim Shady stuff.
After playing the clip in which Trump called the rapper "a victor", Kimmel added, "Not anymore, I guess".
And finally, Jimmy Fallon played it similarly to Corden, making cute little jokes about how Trump got confused and told his supporters to boycott the "M&M Store", and not the rapper Eminem.
As with any criticism of Trump, Eminem's diss was not short of high-profile supporters, with a number of musicians and athletes backing him up on social media. Meanwhile, Seth Meyers felt inspired to spit some rhymes: "My name is Seth and I'm here to say-if you like Trump then go away".
Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick also thanked Eminem for including him in the rap.
Eminem also used ' racist ' and ' orange ' phrases for Trump, which is similar to ' The Thing ' character in ' Fantastic Four ' film.