'He's the Tiger Woods of hypocrisy': Seth Meyers nails Trump for golfing after criticizing Obama for it
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While President Donald Trump is golfing, Republican officials are being forced to face difficult crowds at town halls across the country.

In his "Closer Look" segment Thursday, "Late Night" host Seth Meyers noted that many members of Congress would probably prefer to be outside in the sunshine instead of in the hot seat at a town hall.

"You played golf six times in one month," Meyers said. "Are you the president or a San Diego dentist? Now, some of you are asking, 'But didn't he criticize [President Barack] Obama for playing golf. What about that?' Well, you would be forgetting that when it comes to being a hypocrite, Donald Trump has a zero handicap. He's the Tiger Woods of hypocrisy!"

Meyers said that most people probably don't care but it seems that Trump seems embarrassed because his team has worked hard to hide the fact that he's golfing as much as he is. He cited the White House schedule as announced to the media, which stated Trump would be attending meetings over the weekend. A professional golfer blew his cover, however, when he revealed he was golfing with Trump. The spokeswoman said that Trump played a couple of holes, golfer Rory Mcilroy revealed Trump played all 18 holes.

"No one plays a 'few holes' of golf," Meyers said. "Anyone up for four holes?"

Meyers reported that Trump's team has been "so shady" that they refuse to even let the press watch the games or even know who he's playing with. He assumed it has to do with unflattering photos of Trump that surface after he's seen playing.

"If you looked like this when you golfed, you'd ditch the cameras too," he said.

Meanwhile, Republicans are contending with angry constituents. A New York Times story cited one man that brought his Congressman a bottle of Tums saying that he'd be needing them over the next several months.

"We're all going to need Tums because I'm pretty sure it's the closest things Republicans have to a replacement for Obamacare," Meyers joked.

Even when Rep. Jason Chaffetz mentioned Vice President Mike Pence he was booed. Meyers noted that Pence has the honor of being booed at a Broadway performance of Hamilton as well as a town hall in Utah.

See Meyers' full video below: