Late night has some thoughts on Trump’s supposed “Love Fest” with GOP senators, and everything else you missed last night

Seth Meyers takes a closer look at the GOP’s war with itself. “YOU SHOULDN’T HAVE TO ASK IF THE PRESIDENT A THREAT TO NATIONAL SECURITY! That’s like asking the real estate agent, “are there ghosts in the closet?’ The answer to that question should always be, ‘don’t be ridiculous,’ but in this case, the real estate agent is saying, ‘yes, there is a ghost in the closet.'”

Trevor Noah points out that Flake and Corker gave Trump not 2 weeks notice, but 15 months notice, and will be spitting in his food the entire time. Also, no one likes Ted Cruz. This, however, is not news:

“Friendship orgy,” and “affectionate asspile,” are images involving our politicians that I will never be able to shake.

Jimmy Kimmel wonders who will be the one to tell Trump that people are required to stand up when he enters the room.

James Corden points out that Donald Trump is obsessed with standing ovations and rice. White rice. And the mystery of Einstein’s hair is finally explained.

Samantha Bee spent the entire episode of Full Frontal talking about climate change, bless her heart:

Stephen Colbert also focused on the monster that is Scott Pruitt:

Julio Torres offers some Halloween costume ideas. I’m going to go as a “Raccoon, Foolishly Wearing All the Diamonds He Stole.” If you want to skip Fallon’s monologue, it starts at 2:35.

Finally, Conan plays “Assassin’s Creed Origins” with Aaron Rodgers in this episode of “Clueless Gamer:”

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