Just about every late-night host had a field day with the Trump-Putin summit and news conference.
"Benedict Arnold is one of my favorite breakfasts," Meyers reads from a book he jokes is written by Trump.
"It went great and every single person loved it. Across the board."
"I pitched him an idea that he weirdly didn't want to do," Colin Jost said.
"There are stories that need to get out."
Just what is "Executive Time" anyway?
So much for "no Trump jokes."
Unlike last year, NBC will, in fact, be live streaming the Golden Globes online (for those with a cable login).
"Then he'll pack his shit, and get out of our lives forever!" rejoiced the Late Night host.
"People speak about mass shootings like they are national disasters," says Trevor Noah.
"You can stand for a nation or you can stand for a hateful movement, but you can't do both. If you can't make the right choice, then I'm confident that the American voter will," Meyers said of Trump.
The 'Late Night' host couldn't get a straight answer out of Trump's former campaign manager.
"If you are trying to keep people paying dues and supporting your organization, you want to keep them upset," Clinton said of the NRA.