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Seth Meyers slams Trump's golf trip: 'In a real emergency, no one goes to the omelette bar'

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Late Night host Seth Meyers absolutely eviscerated Trump's press conference regarding his declaration of a national emergency to build his border wall.


Tackling Trump's speech delivered at the White House on Friday, Meyers noticed it was "less of a declaration and more of a sing-song ramble." He's not wrong, as you can see in the clip.


"He sounds like a five-year-old telling you what he saw at the zoo," Meyers said.


Meyers pointed out that in order to build a case against lawsuits challenging the declaration, the president in his speech should have insisted that he had to do this. Instead, Trump said he "could do the wall over a longer period of time. I didn't need to do this, but I'd rather do it much faster." Read more...

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