On Monday, Late Night host Seth Meyers mocked President Donald Trump for looking like he would lose in a fight against U.S. House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi.
“Things would be a lot easier for Trump if he still had Republicans to protect him. Now he has to deal with Democrats as they prepare to take over the House,” Meyers said.
Meyers noted that Trump was currently arguing with Democrats over the funds for the U.S border. Meyers joked that picking a fight with Pelosi was not Trump’s best decision.
Meyers said that Pelosi was “adamant” in Trump not getting the funds for his border wall.
“I’m just going to guess that by looking at the two of them, that Pelosi is going to win. Look at the two of them. He looks like he just had a panic attack in a steam room. And she looks like Neo from ‘The Matrix’ if he shopped at Talbots,” he said.
He added, “She’s Tom Cruise, and he is risky business.”
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