Video: Seth Meyers Skewers 'Village Idiot' Donald Trump—His 'Biggest Scams Are Crumbling on Him'

On Wednesday's Late Night with Seth Meyers, the host ripped into the "village idiot" Donald Trump noting that the President's "biggest scams are crumbling on him" whether its his "fake charity" or his "non-existent border wall."

"Trump is currently dealing with a truly stunning number of criminal probes," Meyers told the audience. "Just to name a few, his White House is being investigated by the Special Counsel, his inaugural committee is being investigated for allegedly misspending donations, and his business is being investigated for hiding hush payments to cover up affairs. Not even Trump's doctor has ever examined him this closely," the comedian joked.

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On top of all this, the President suffered another setback yesterday when his personal charity, the Trump Foundation, agreed to shut down and give away its assets amid an ongoing investigation into its finances.

According to New York attorney general Barbara Underwood, the Foundation effectively acted as slush fund for Trump's own spending.

"Our petition detailed a shocking pattern of illegality involving the Trump Foundation—including unlawful coordination with the Trump presidential campaign, repeated and willful self-dealing, and much more," Underwood said in a statement. "This amounted to the Trump Foundation functioning as little more than a checkbook to serve Mr. Trump's business and political interests."

Among these "interests" was the settling of personal lawsuits, which for Meyers, was somewhat ironic.

"So, Trump used his charity to pay for lawsuits which prompted a lawsuit that ended the charity," he said. "At this point he's going to have to start a new charity to pay for the lawsuit over the old charity."

Meyers then went on to talk about the Russia investigation and Trump's ex-national security advisor Michael Flynn who appeared in court yesterday after pleading guilty to lying to the FBI about conversations with the Russian ambassador last December.

Flynn's lawyers initially tried to argue that he was misled by the FBI, however this argument was later retracted, drawing the ire of the judge.

"Flynn's botched court appearance is a reminder that this administration is filled with people who are nefarious creeps but also bumbling dufuses at the same time," Meyers said. "Just take Trump's threat to shut down the government. Trump wanted $5 billion for a pointless border wall to enforce his racist immigration policies but he was too incompetent to figure out how to get it."

"Last week for example, he started out his oval office meeting with Democrats by saying it would be their fault if there was a government shutdown and by the end of it, he did a complete 180 and said that it would be his fault if there was a government shutdown."

Meyers then skewered the Trump administration's plans to pay for the border wall, referencing how Sarah Sanders said this week that the White House was in talks with Congress to secure funding but also had additional ways to finance it due to money from Trump's recently negotiated United States Mexico Canada trade agreement, or USMCA.

"Why are you asking Congress for it and why are you threatening a government shutdown? You're like a loan shark who doesn't need the money back," Meyers joked.

Several clips were then shown of Trump at recent public appearances talking about the USMCA, in which he referenced the Village People's 1978 disco hit "YMCA."

"Seriously dude, you're not the Village People,you're the Village Idiot," Meyers said.

Seth Meyers speaks on stage during the NYU Langone Health's 2018 FACES Gala at Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers on March 5, 2018 in New York City. Monica Schipper/Getty Images for NYU Langone Health