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Late-Night TV Basks In Debate Morning-After Hangover

Though late-night shows went live after the record-breaking first debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, they took a deeper, more satisfying dive the next night, after digesting all the pundits’ postmortems. NBC’s Late Night host Seth Meyers marveled that FNC’s Brit Hume described Clinton as having looked “composed, smug and not necessarily attractive” when Trump’s face throughout “looked like someone was making a fist inside a sock puppet.
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