Seth Meyers Reveals All The Evidence That Proves Trump Is ‘Deeply Unfit For The Office’
Donald Trump, the name we see on almost every headline, but for all the wrong reasons, has just been exposed by “Late Night” host Seth Meyers in his “Closer Look” segment.
“Let’s just take a second to think about how insane the last eight days have been,” Meyers said, before summing up all the events that have occurred over that time and explaining why he believes they make Trump “deeply unfit.”
In the past eight days Trump has reached new levels of unfit. He fired former FBI Director James Comey for no apparent reason, he shared classified information with Russians at the Oval office, and , according to The New York Times, James Comey wrote memos that reveal Trump asked him to stop the investigation of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.
During the segment, Meyers quoted a Trump adviser who spoke to Politico: “He [Trump] doesn’t really know any boundaries. He doesn’t think in those terms. He doesn’t sometimes realize the implications of what he’s saying.”
Then Meyers said, “He doesn’t know boundaries, he doesn’t know the implications of what he says. When a ball rolls behind the couch, he thinks it’s gone forever. You know, president stuff.”
Meyers then went on to point out how seriously Trump took the handling of confidential and classified information.
“Of course, it turns out the Russians didn’t need to hack Hillary’s email server,” Meyers said. “They were able to hack Trump’s mouth.”
Then Meyers showed the clip of Trump saying, “Hillary Clinton is unfit and unqualified to be president of the United States. If Hillary is elected, she would be under protracted criminal investigation likely followed by the trial of a sitting president.”
“It’s amazing,” Meyers said. “The only thing he got wrong was the president’s name. This whole thing is like a horror movie where the police call Trump and say, ‘The killer is calling from inside the house. And also, we’re pretty sure you’re the killer.’”
Meyers then went on to demanded action from Washington, specifically Republicans.
“We need Republicans to stand up and do something,“ Meyers said. “Because right now, we got a president who is deeply unfit for the office.”