Watch late night hosts respond more powerfully against Nazis than our President

Jimmy Fallon took a moment to make an emotional statement against intolerance and hatred, and scolds our President for taking so long to do so:

Seth Meyers: “You can stand for a nation, or you can stand for a hateful movement, but you can’t do both.”

Jimmy Kimmel points out that this weekend’s events didn’t have “many sides,” they had two and one of those sides was “Nazis.”

Stephen Colbert points out that is easy to say that Nazis and the KKK are bad, and, in fact, he enjoys doing so:

James Corden wonders why it took Trump two days to come out against Nazi and white supremacists:

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert imagines what Trump could have said:

Later, Seth Meyers did “A Closer Look” on the violence in Charlottesville, pointing out that it shouldn’t take the President longer to do the right thing than to order a copy of Do the Right Thing from Amazon:

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