‘Late Night’ will stop insulting Donald Trump when Republicans do – Competitive TV

Seth Meyers continues to mock former President Donald Trump on his late-night talk show, Late night with Seth Meyers. Meyers said he is looking forward to a time when Trump is no longer relevant. However, Meyers believes Republicans still see him as their leader.

“It would be a huge step if he stopped talking about himself,” Meyers told a deadline competing panel. “It’s not like we think he’s a comedian. [Republicans] I fully believe he is still the leader of the team. I think once they have separated themselves from him, we will move forward with joy. “

Meyers recalls having a Trump supporter in his audience one night. Meyers greets viewers for a Q&A at each tapping.

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“Five years ago, a woman raised her hand and said, ‘Do you always make fun of Donald Trump?'” Meyers recalled. “I said, ‘Oh yes, what did you think?’ [She said]’My friends said I had a ticket to a TV show.’ You must read Yelp reviews. It was like watching someone People with the best singing voices It’s like, ‘Is there so much violence all the time?’

When Late night While Trump’s position on comedy has not changed, the epidemic has given them a license to try other types of comedy.

“It really helps when listeners can see the biological nature of change,” Meyers said. “If I showed up one day and said, ‘I’m not wearing a suit anymore, we’re going to talk to a sea captain’s painting,’ people will say, ‘Hey, there’s something wrong with his head. We need to give him medical care.’ Because we all went crazy at the same time, people went with it. I think if I went to Network Brass and said, ‘I cracked it,’ it wouldn’t be seen with open arms. “

During an epidemic lockdown, Late night Makes a show by zooming in from the attic of Myers. Meyers admits he checked comments on YouTube clips of his show.

“The most heartbreaking thing was when I did my attic show, I went to YouTube comments,” Meyers said. “Don’t do that. The main part of the response was: this show looks like sh * t. Are you shooting it with an iPad camera? Which hurt my feelings because I was. I got an HD camera. I figured out how to use it. We shot a show on an HD camera. Then the main part of the response was: you look like sh * t. That’s when I paid full attention to hair and makeup. “

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