Comedian Seth Meyers mocked President Donald Trump over how he handled special counsel Robert Mueller’s report.
After nearly two years, Attorney General Bill Barr released the report after holding a Thursday morning press conference.
The report revealed that Trump tried to intervene to stop the report on multiple occasions. Meyers joked that Trump, over the course of the investigation, treated the Mueller report as if he was a ‘terrible boyfriend.”
Meyers joked that before Trump even saw the report he started to declare victory.
“I won. No collusion, no obstruction. I have not read the Mueller report, I have not seen the Mueller report. As far as I know, I don’t care about the Muller report, ” Trump said in the clip.
“You’re like a terrible boyfriend who keeps giving mix messages,” Meyers joked. “I love you, but I need space, I can’t live without you, but you are crowding me.”
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Trump threatened to disown Don Jr if he joined the military: report
On MSNBC Tuesday, Rachel Maddow reported that Mary Trump's upcoming tell-all book claims that President Donald Trump threatened to disown his eldest son if he joined the military.
"Our Uncle Rob, Robert Trump, the president's younger brother, told us, quote, 'any of them could be disowned at any time,'" said Maddow. "'Donny' — meaning Donald Trump Jr. — 'was going to join the Army or some bullsh*t like that, and Donald and Ivana told him if he did, they'd disown him in a second.'"
"The president threatening to disown his son if he joined the military," added Maddow. "Casts a shadow, looms a little bit over what we understand about his bizarre relationship with the military and his perception of their — their role in his administration."