As has become the new normal, Seth Meyers had a lot of crazy to catch up on in his Monday night edition of “A Closer Look.” One of his topics was Trump’s accusation of rampant voter fraud.
Meyers went after Trump’s senior policy adviser Stephen Miller, who is pushing the “deranged conspiracy theory that millions of people voted illegally in the 2016 election.”
“The president of the United States thinks thousands of people were bused in from Massachusetts to illegally vote in New Hampshire?” Meyers asked, quoting his most recent assertions. “I’m from New Hampshire and I can tell you we’d notice if thousands of people from Massachusetts showed up on buses. That’s the invasion we’re most afraid of.”
Who did the Trump administration send to the Sunday show to defend Trump’s “wild conspiracy theories without actually offering any evidence?” – White House senior policy advisor Stephen Miller.
“Yeah, that’s a guy who’s definitely lying,” Meyers said after playing the clip of Miller on ABC News’ This Week with George Stephanopoulos. “In case you’re wondering what being sinister does to you, that guy is 31 years old and he already looks like he’s two-thirds of the way to Montgomery Burns.”