Officials don't know the balloon's country of origin, but have determined it poses no threat to aerial traffic or national security.
The "Daily Show" correspondent pretended to have binge-watched the conservative network for hundreds of hours and, well, there were consequences.
A Pentagon report said a Chinese balloon hovered above a location Trump knows all too well when he was in charge, the news network reported.
The former GOP House speaker "has no idea what he's talking about," Lieu said.
"The only way this balloon could’ve had a higher profile is if it had its own Instagram account."
Trump called for Biden to shoot down a suspected spy balloon this week, but has not discussed his own administration's experiences with similar craft.
He was floating over Montana because he loves the show "Yellowstone," the irritable balloon explained in an "MSNBC" interview on the cold open.
What we know — and don't know — about the spy in the sky.
The second balloon does not appear to be heading toward the U.S., according to the Pentagon.
The U.S. is tracking a suspected Chinese surveillance balloon spotted over Billings, Montana.