Seth Meyers Brands Donald Trump a 'Sexist D*ck' Over Treatment of Female Reporters

Comedian Seth Meyers has hit out at President Donald Trump, describing him as a "sexist d*ck" over his treatment of female reporters.

Lambasting the president on his Late Night with Seth Meyers show on Monday night, the TV star suggested Trump was trying to act like a manic to get attention. wot

"Today, Trump held another surreal press conference in the Rose Garden, ostensibly to discuss his renegotiated NAFTA deal with Mexico and Canada but as multiple female reporters tried to ask him about Kavanaugh, he shot them down in super demeaning and sexist ways," Meyers said, before playing a clip of the press conference.

The clip showed the president tell one female reporter "you've had enough." As he he called on ABC report Cecilia Vega, he commented: "She's shocked that I picked her, she's like in a state of shock." When Vega responded "I'm not, thank you, Mr President," Trump replied: "That's OK, I know you're not thinking, you never do," prompting a murmur of surprise from the assembled crowd.

"I mean, how much of a sexist d*ck could you possibly be?" Meyers said, drawing attention to the press conference at the White House, where the president defended his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

"It's almost like he saw someone else getting attention for acting like a maniac on TV and thought 'I can top that,'" he added, showing a picture of Kavanaugh when he mentioned someone else "acting like a maniac."

Meyers described Trump's defense of Kavanaugh as "rambling," also hitting out at the president over his dismissal of Julie Swetnick, the third woman who accused Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct.

Speaking at the press conference, Trump said: "I imagine they are going to interview two. The third one I don't know much about… it wouldn't bother me at all. I mean, I have heard that the third one has… I have no idea if this is true, very little credibility."

Only Trump could say, 'I have no idea if this is true' and then question whether someone else is telling the truth," Meyers commented.