Donald Trump Welcomes Russian Invasion of U.S. in Seth Meyers's Fake News Conference

Seth Meyers mocked up a hilarious press conference with President Donald Trump during his NBC show on Tuesday night, asking him probing questions about the border wall, Russia, his children, and other subjects.

The Late Night With Seth Meyers host sat in a pretend press pack and asked Trump questions, whose answers were clipped and montaged from a real press conference. "What would you say if the Russian army invaded our country?" Meyers asked.

Trump replies with his arms outstretched: "Welcome to the United States."

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Meyers also asked about the Mexico border wall Trump wants to build. "First, it was made out of concrete. Then it was steel slats. And now it's, er, what?"

"The wall is peanuts," Trump replies.

Asked by Meyers what he calls his two eldest sons, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, the president replies: "Dribs and drabs."

Meyers also asked Trump questions about watching pornography and his penis during the sketch.

Trump's political battle with the Democrats over funding for his wal has shut down the government since before Christmas, leaving 800,000 federal employees unpaid.

The president is demanding $5.7 billion to pay for the wall along the southern border, which he argues is essential for border security. He wants to keep out as many undocumented migrants as possible, who, he says, bring crime.

But the Democrats, who have a majority in the House, are refusing to pass any budget that allocates money specifically to Trump's wall.

Democrats argue it is ineffective and expensive, instead preferring to spend money on other areas related to border security, such as new technology, more personnel, and better infrastructure.

Negotiations between Trump, Republicans and Democrats have proved fruitless. Trump said he is seriously considering declaring a national emergency over the border issue to get the money he wants and bypass Congress altogether.

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Separately, Trump is under pressure again over the his relationship with Russia, after The Washington Post reported that there are no detailed records of his meetings with President Vladimir Putin, because he did not want any to be kept.

Special counsel Robert Mueller is investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election. U.S. intelligence agencies concluded that the Kremlin used cyberwarfare to sow misinformation and fuel division in American society to aid the election of Trump.

One strand of Mueller's investigation is looking at whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia.

According to Carl Bernstein, the noted Watergate journalist, Mueller's draft report explores how Trump "helped Putin destabilize the United States and interfere in the election, no matter whether it was purposeful or not."

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"Late Night With Seth Meyers" host Seth Meyers stages a fake press conference with President Donald Trump during his show. Late Night With Seth Meyers/NBC