Seth Meyers is always in vogue. The 2017 CFDA Fashion Awards, in partnership with Swarovski for the sixteenth year, will take place at The Manhattan Center's Hammerstein Ballroom in...
Seth Meyers and Stephen Colbert zeroed in on President Trump’s first 100 days in office last night in late-night. "The first 100 days are traditionally a time to reflect on accomplishments of a president, and Trump hasn't got a lot of those," Colbert said. Show More Summary
The late-show host grades the president's first 100 days in office. Donald Trump's 100-day report card arrives this weekend, and the grades are dismal. "As the 100-day milestone nears," "Late Night" host Seth Meyers told viewers Monday...Show More Summary
Seth Meyers took ‘a closer look’ at Trump’s first 100 days and the specter of a looming government shutdown. Said Meyers: “This will shock you, most people think he’s not doing great….If this were a movie, it would… Read The post Seth Meyers: Trump is So Ignorant, He Can’t Comprehend the Epic Fail of His First 100 Days – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Will a government shutdown be the most memorable part of Trump's first 100 days?
Donald Trump's "first big report card" is a week away, and on the latest installment of Late Night's "A Closer Look," Seth Meyers breaks down the fact that folks aren't too happy with what's been done during the president's first 100 days. "If this were a movie, it would be called 100 Dazed and Confused," Meyers said. Show More Summary
This week will no doubt elicit many a look back at President Donald Trump’s first 100 days, but let’s be honest, do you really need one? You remember the year so far, right? It literally just happened. In fact it’s still happening. As Seth Meyers explains on Late Night, money ... More »
President Donald Trump hits his 100-day mark on Saturday, but Seth Meyers isn’t waiting for the weekend to deliver his own grade. “The 100-day report card is on the way, and like every terrible student Trump is trying to turn an F into...Show More Summary
Seth Meyers returned from a couple of weeks off on Monday with an assessment of Donald Trump’s first 100 days, his failure to accomplish any of his promises, the government shutdown fiasco, his tenuous grasp on the passage of time, his...Show More Summary
Late Night host Seth Meyers was little impressed with Donald Trump downplaying the significance of his First 100 Days after spending much of the campaign hyping the importance of the same, First 100 Days. “As the 100 Day milestone nears, Trump has failed to deliver on almost every one of his...
As I'm usually the one on the late night beat around here, and Samantha Bee, Stephen Colbert, and Seth Meyers all seemed to have taken the week off without telling me (dicks), it's fallen on Jimmy Kimmel to supply me...
Daily Show comedian Hasan Minhaj is set to host the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner this year. In the past, comedians such as Larry Wilmore, Jimmy Kimmel, Cecily Strong, Seth Meyers and Stephen Colbert hosted the star-studded event. This year, President Donald Trump announced he would not attend the April 29 event. “It is a [...]
I don't want to give any of this away because it's all funny. Seth Meyers looks at the Gorsuch confirmation votes, Bannon's demotion, and his own role in promoting a meme that clearly offends Mr. Trump. Sometimes humor takes a little of the edge off. Enjoy. :)
What best explains Steve Bannon’s abrupt removal from the National Security Council and the rumors of his exit from the White House altogether? Sure, his many failures as populist leader, escalating tensions between him and Jared Kushner,...Show More Summary
Andrew Rannells is “nervous that the future gay children of America” won’t get to be introduced to musical theater as he was by PBS because Donald Trump has it “on the chopping block.” Rannells tells Seth Meyers that he… Read The post Andrew Rannells is Worried for the Future Gay Children of America: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
"I never would have called Steve Bannon the president if I knew it hurt your feelings so much." The precise reasoning behind Trump's decision to remove Steve Bannon from the National Security Council remains a mystery, but "Late Night" host Seth Meyers has a compelling theory. Show More Summary
"President Bannon" memes annoy Trump, so Seth Meyers made a whole bunch of them
Last night, Seth Meyers took on Donald Trump and Bill O'Reilly.
Sharp and funny, with what Meyers must hope is a politically correct degree of pain. I wrote a lot about the Pepsi ad yesterday — here — and this parody only underscores my commitment to the viral video theory (that is, Pepsi didn'tShow More Summary