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Trump Is Losing the Shutdown Fight: A Closer Look
Late Night with Seth Meyers — Published 6 months ago
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Seth takes a closer look at how it's becoming clear that President Trump has no way out of the government shutdown he's boxed himself into.
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H Chahal
H Chahal I just keep watching this video about the wacky President Donald Trump and he asked an inane question about if those cars including his limousine has wheels? Really that's a question one of his Secret Service Agents should have just said "No Mr. President those aren't wheels you are just seeing things if you want know the truth these cars actually do hover on the road" and Trump would have no choice but to believe that.
Lori Morse
Lori Morse He's got Alzheimer's people....he just don't know yet! Trans guy Lee, Richmond, VA
Lisa L
Lisa L When does he think the wheel was invented? Trump always says he doesn't need to read because he just "knows things". It's obvious he knows very little because, if he read a history book, he would know wheels were invented during the Bronze Age around 3500 B.C. The Medieval Times (The Middle Ages) lasted from the 5th to the 15th century which was thousands of years after the wheel was invented. Walls were also invented before the Middle Ages. Oh my God! I don't know why I feel I need to explain this since he never reads anything. His ignorance is an embarrassment and infuriating.
Michael OMalley
Michael OMalley How could anyone possibly know whether wheels or walls are older?
nick gillett
nick gillett 9:35 I like the idea that this woman had to say to herself "How can I explain how stupid the wall idea is without loosing my job and calling the President an idiot? Maybe if I describe it as some new innovation, everything will be fine."