CNN host Chris Cuomo appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers September 5, where he discussed all the things in the news cycle, from the Bob Woodward book to Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings. Discussing Tuesday's hearing, Cuomo accurately explained that the ability to appoint justices was why many conservatives embraced Trump. However, he made an eye-roll worthy claim in the middle of his otherwise sound argument.

 


Last Friday’s cancellation of Netflix’s new late-night series, The Break with Michelle Wolf, should be a clear indicator that the left’s outrage and anger towards conservatives isn’t doing much for cultural enrichment, much less carving out a compelling comedic platform.

 


During a softball interview with left-wing Democratic Senator and potential 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren on Tuesday’s Late Night, aired early Wednesday morning, NBC’s Seth Meyers wondered if the Massachusetts lawmaker was “relieved” that the Democratic Party was “finally” becoming as radical as her.



Appearing on Late Night With Seth Meyers Monday night, aired early Tuesday morning, NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt rejected President Trump’s criticism of the liberal media by laughably claiming that NBC News has “earned a lot of trust with our audiences and a tradition of excellence.” Holt of course took over Nightly News after his predecessor Brian Williams was caught lying about his coverage of the Iraq war.



MSNBC journalists don’t often restrain their liberal leanings. But correspondent Jacob Soboroff was even less controlled on Monday night as he accused the Trump administration of “ripping apart the fabric of society.” Talking to Late Night host Seth Meyers, he attacked the forced separation of some illegal immigrants from their parents: “They make policies that rip children away from their families and are truly ripping apart the fabric of society based on nonsense.” 



CNN host Van Jones, the former Obama White House aide, interviewed NBC late-night host Seth Meyers with the usual reverence that liberals offer to comedians of the Resistance. “You are doing a phenomenal service to the country,” Jones gushed. “You are an icon, a legend.” But the best comedy in this interview came when Jones asked about the jesters lining up against Trump. 



Appearing on NBC’s Late Night With Seth Meyers Tuesday, aired early Wednesday morning, left-wing comedian Kathy Griffin portrayed herself as a victim of political persecution by claiming that the Trump administration put her through the “Colin Kaepernick wood chipper” after she was widely condemned for posing in pictures depicting a mock beheading of the President.  



On the NBC show Late Night with Seth Meyers, the Catholic Church was roasted as a den of pedophiles. NBC probably shouldn't be mocking sexual abuse so casually....considering Matt Lauer's long reign of preying on young-adult female staffers. Seth Meyers reported: "The Vatican recently refused to host an international women's day conference because one of the speakers was a lesbian." Wrong. Writer Jenny Hagel added: "And because they're too busy hosting a 2,000-year-long pedophile convention."



CNN Tonight host Don Lemon trapped himself in a lie this week, falsely claiming that the Fox News Channel (or “Trump TV” in his mind) had never covered the White House resignation of Hope Hicks. He offered “apologies for that” on Thursday but it was anything but that as he channeled Dan Rather and Michael Wolff in arguing that the spirit of his lie was true.



The entertainment world has readied the battlefield for the resistance with scripted and unscripted shows.



Appearing on NBC’s Late Night With Seth Meyers on Wednesday, aired early Thursday morning, MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell described how much “easier” it was to find material for his left-wing show under the Trump administration compared to the supposed challenge of finding anything newsworthy during Barack Obama’s presidency.



Awards season has begun which means a fresh opportunity for Hollywood and media elites to congratulate themselves. Oprah Winfrey warned the press is "under siege these days" despite their "insatiable dedication to uncovering the absolute truth."