This is a round up of the previous night’s late night talk show host’s opening monologues and highlight segments, because we need a good laugh to get through the rest of the day
from Stephen Colbert’s Late Show, New York Has A Clear Message For The Lame Duck:
As the current president nears the end of his term, one state in particular desperately does not want him to move back.
Scott Atlas, the man advising our current president on the Coronavirus pandemic, has argued that the United States should follow Sweden’s example and focus on achieving herd immunity. Stephen looks into how that policy has been going for the Swedes.
Late night with Seth Meyers takes a closer look at Trump irreversibly lighting American democracy on fire as his allies and lawyers pursue one deranged conspiracy theory after another while also letting a deadly plague ravage the country uncontrolled.
Day 13 of #Squattergate is upon us, Trump spent the weekend rage tweeting about the “rigged” election, Jimmy Kimmel goes through the ten “Trump Stages of Grief,” talks about the “Million” MAGA March, his plan to trick Trump out of the presidency, a Coronavirus vaccine that is on the horizon, Guillermo attempts a cartwheel, and Trump puts his legal fate in Rudy Giuliani, and kids tell us all the great lessons they’ve learned from our great misleader.
James Corden catches up with Reggie Watts after the weekend and dives into the news, including President Donald Trump using Twitter to declare he won the election both in ALL CAPS and regular caps. And Ritz is giving away a 10-inch cracker that has piqued our curiosity.