Seth Meyers: Trump 'ate paper' to destroy evidence once -- and might do it again with Russia
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On Monday, late-night comedian Seth Meyers mocked President Donald Trump for his cozy relationship with Russia's president Vladimir Putin.


According to The Washington Post, Trump took his interpreter's notes and instructed him not to reveal the details of his meeting with Putin at the 2017 G-20 summit Hamburg, Germany.

"Now we don't know what Trump did with those notes, but we do know that in her tell-all book former Trump aide Omarosa said she saw Trump trying to destroy evidence by eating a piece of paper in the Oval Office," Meyers said.

He added, "And if you forgot that the president was accused of eating paper by his own aid, take note of the fact that we are living through a presidency where that insane fact might actually qualify as forgettable."

"For every president before him eating paper would be number one on the list of crazy things. But for trash cans Jones it doesn't even crack the top 100," he joked.

"We for real have a president who might one day say, 'If you want my notes you will need a search warrant for my belly,'" he said.

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