Seth Meyers found it “so cathartic” to see regular voters “put Trump in his place” during City Hall this week, mostly because at this point it has become extremely rare.
“That’s what happens when Trump comes out of his right-wing media bubble,” he said Well into the night said the host. “Most of the time he surrounds himself with sycophants and men do. Therefore, he is rarely treated as the stupid fool he is ”. For example, instead of interrupting him when he “calls Fox & Friends and rambles for an hour,” Meyers said, “the hosts just sit there, staring blankly at the camera as if they were posing to take pictures of passport ”.
It was during Trump’s last appearance on this show that he tried to push the baseless conspiracy theory that his rival Joe Biden is taking some sort of drug to improve performance.
“Trump and his right-wing media supporters have also been desperate to make the presidential campaign a referendum on the mental form of the candidates,” Meyers later explained before showing viewers this clip. “I̵7;m sorry, do you think Biden is taking drugs?” he asked. “Add as if you just got out of the bathroom in studio 54.”
“So Trump wants you to think that Joe Biden is the one in cognitive decline, and yet when Trump defended his lie that the coronavirus would simply go away, he tried to claim that we would soon get the herd’s immunity,” Meyers continued. “lying and also incredibly dangerous without a vaccine. And besides, he didn’t seem to remember the term.”
After playing the president’s clip talking about the importance of the “herd mentality,” the host joked, “If so, I guess Trump supporters are already healed.”
“I meant immunity to the herd, but I didn’t remember it,” Meyers said. “You know, if Joe Biden really takes a magic drug that gives him clarity, maybe you should try some too. I mean, to what extent can it make you worse? Every time you do one of these crazy interviews, you sound like you’ve just blown asbestos. ”
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