Meyers discusses just a few minutes of the phone call, which are more than enough to fill up the segment with major laughs.
New revelations have come out almost daily during the impeachment hearings into Trump. We've had Gordon Sondland's confirmation of a quid pro quo with Ukraine. We've had Republican officials hindered in their jobs by Trump's attempt to purchase Greenland. We've had overheard conversations referring to the U.S. president's ass.
The “Late Night” host roasted the president over his latest bonkers claim.
The late show hosts picked apart the president's extended chat with Fox News' morning show "Fox & Friends."
On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Deadline,” Los Angeles Times’ reporter Eli Stokols said Trump’s base was such a “cult of personality” that they did not see Russian President Vladimir Putin as an enemy of “democratic values around the world.” Stokols said, “The Trump
Beyond criticism for her “complicity” in the behavior of her husband, there isn’t much you can say against Melania Trump. She’s a poised and stylish first lady, said to be warm and friendly in person.
On Thursday's episode of Late Night with Seth Meyers, the host tackled impeachment once again because it is the song that doesn't end.
Stripped of his usual protections inside the White House, Trump exposes himself on the world stage at every conceivable opportunity
STEPHEN GLOVER: On the face of it, President Emmanuel Macron and Jeremy Corbyn would seem to have very little in common. Two more different men could scarcely be conceived.
Look, getting your whole family together for a big holiday meal to-do can be challenging. You know, what with the travel, and preparations, and hard-suppressed resentments, and the hair-trigger minefield of national politics just guaranteed to send that one drunk uncle off on a Trump-happy rant about “those people.” Or maybe everyone’s super-nice, considerate, and all on the same page, socially—congratulations on living in imaginary unicorn land!
But he'll see the heavy hitters.
Actress and activist Jane Fonda said she thinks President Donald Trump's actions on climate change are "criminal" and that now is the time for "bold ideas."