Trevor Noah and Dulce Sloan take apart the Eric Schneiderman story noting the irony that Schneiderman pushed for laws that will make it easier to put his violent, abusive ass in prison. Noah also points out that Ronan Farrow was his guest the night the story broke (a detail I actually wondered about at the time).
“By coincidence, Ronan Farrow was our guest last night. And before taping, I’m chilling in the green room with him, getting ready to do the show, and he says, ‘Oh, I’m just finishing up a piece, I’m just going to send this out.’ I had no idea he was ending an attorney general’s career over our Wi-Fi. And since I pay for the Wi-Fi, I’d like to think that I did my part.”
Stephen Colbert points out the inherent hypocrisy of backing out of the Iran deal while claiming to be keeping America’s promises, and thinks that Eric Schneiderman misinterpreted “#MeToo”:
Jordan Klepper grapples with the idea that this is a “men” problem:
Seth Meyers has the list of places Donald Trump is not invited to:
Conan has Melania’s other advocacy ideas:
Jimmy Fallon filled his entire audience with New York City public school teachers in honor of Teacher Appreciation Day, which is actually pretty sweet. Furthermore, he knows what teachers really want on this day:
Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert, and Jimmy Kimmel all had thoughts on the Met Gala: