As the coronavirus outbreak continues to get worse, Seth Meyers accused Donald Trump of “trying to pretend the problem doesn’t exist, because he knows he’ll get blamed for it.”
All of the late night hosts were more serious and thoughtful than the White House occupant on the topic.
Myers points out the questions were designed to set the Democratic candidates against each other.
"No one believes you when you deny this stuff because you already admitted to it, remember?" the talk show host said.
"It has to do with college education, so Donald Trump was not involved," Stephen Colbert said.
The late night host had some observations about Trump's State of the Union speech.
Take this YouTube with you to Thanksgiving dinner.
She is the voice we wish everyone had heard in 2016. But, hey - why listen to a scholar who specialized in how dictators use the internet for propaganda to manipulate trust?
Late night host Seth Meyers calls out Trump for his tacit support for white nationalism.
And Carly Fiorina gets the best lines of all.
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