It's the only thing that Trump and his allies at Fox News have left, argued the "Late Night" host.
Brad Parscale, the president's 2020 campaign manager, did not cast a ballot in the 2016 presidential election.
"If there was one criticism that I would level against the President is he didn't hire very well," said Trump's former acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney on CNN Friday morning, in one of the great understatements of 2020 so far. "He did not have experience at running government and didn't know how to put together a team that could work well with him."
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) on Monday weighed in on President Donald Trump's chances in the upcoming 2020 presidential election as polling shows the incumbent is struggling in battleground states. | Clips
Being an adult is hard nowadays. There’s the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, further escalated by bad behaviour and even worse policy decisions. Sometimes, you just need to go back to the days when things weren’t nearly as complicated — even if it’s only for a couple of hours. Here are
Late-night hosts respond to Trump’s dog whistles at another mask-less rally as coronavirus cases surge in several states
Late-night hosts process rising coronavirus numbers in several reopened states, and the selfishness of Bolton’s damning book
Donald Trump is in full retreat on all fronts, and he's bitter and angry about it. You do love to see it
"At what point can we say Trump is actively putting people in harm's way?" asked Late Night host Seth Meyers on Thursday. "He holds indoor rallies, refuses to wear a mask, and wants to cut back on testing. Soon he's gonna start going door to door coughing on people, licking their doorknobs."