Were the Grammys too political? Late night investigates

U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley had a hot take on Hillary Clinton reading Fire & Fury on the Grammys Sunday night (a book which hints that Haley might be having an affair with President Cheetodick, I might add):

And late night had some thoughts on that:

James Corden, who was the host of the Grammys, responds with a message for Nikki Haley to take to her boss:

Trevor Noah, however, took Hillary Clinton to task for shielding a sexual harasser:

In response to Nikki Haley’s complaint, Stephen Colbert points out that Haley just wants to take us back to when music was non-political, like when NWA released, “No Comment on Tha Police.” Colbert also has a preview of the State of the Uniom.

Jimmy Kimmel is pretty sure the Uniom was the side that won the Civil Warm

Jimmy Fallon says that Mike Pence and Paul Ryan have been working on their, “I’m horrified but can’t show it” faces in preparation for the State of the Uniom:

Seth Meyers takes A Closer Look at whether or not Trump committed obstruction of justice. (He did. Multiple times.)

The Opposition’s Josh Sharp and Aaron Jackson take a look at why American’s LGBT’s acceptance has plummeted.

By the way, these two have a hilarious series on Funny or Die in which they play Jared and Ivanka. Here is the first short clip, and you are so welcome:

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