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A New CNN Survey Appears Joe Biden is the Democratic leader in race 2020 ahead of Bernie Sanders. The late-night hosts had fun guessing what the followers of the Biden followers might look like to him, and shared their thoughts on "Make America Moral Again," his answer to the Trump slogan.
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"Make America Moral Again is a nice feeling, but it's a terrible hat. # 39; MAMA & # 39 ;. "- JIMMY KIMMEL
After noticing that Biden had asked President Barack Obama not to support him, Stephen Colbert joked that he must be angry that his former Boss had somehow crept into his most recent job ad (which, as Colbert showed, was extremely Obama-oriented).
"Joe Biden could not get closer to Barack Obama if he were a father's jeans." – STEPHEN COLBERT
Banking on Es
The hosts turned against President Trump (19459014), who had sued both Deutsche Bank and Capital One to prevent Congress from providing information about his financial situation To give matters. "You know, just the normal, routine actions of a completely innocent man who has nothing to hide," James Corden said.
"You know that Trump turned everything upside down when we suddenly found ourselves on the side of the big banks. "- JAMES CORDEN
" These are personal and business records for which the Congress has issued subpoenas. But you know the president. He treats summons like wedding vows – they mean nothing to him. "- JIMMY KIMMEL
" Tempt your banks not to send your documents to Congress? Not a nice look for the President of the United States. It's like sueing the school to keep them from sending their certificate cards to their parents, which he would definitely have done if he had thought of it at the time. – JIMMY KIMMEL
The Punchiest Punchlines (Infrastructure Edition)
One of the biggest headlines on Tuesday was Trump's meeting with spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi and Senator Chuck Schumer, who concluded an infrastructure plan with an agreement of $ 2 trillion.
"Today Trump met with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, who agreed to work on a $ 2 trillion infrastructure plan for the construction of roads, bridges and highways. Or as Nancy Pelosi puts it, "Everything but a wall." – JIMMY FALLON
"In three weeks they'll meet again to find out how they can pay for it, and you already know Trump is leaving say & # 39; Mexico & # 39 ;. "- JAMES CORDEN
" That's right. They have an agreement with Trump, as well as his contractors, Trump University students, and his first two wives. – SETH MEYERS
The Bits Worth Watching
Seth Meyers shared home videos of his 1 Axel, an old son, threw a cell phone in his face at close range. "I feel like I've felt pretty good," Meyers said, laughing at his dramatic reaction to what he thought was a broken nose at the time.
What we were upset about on Wednesday
The Emilia Clarke, Star of Game of Thrones, will be featured on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," where she will most likely be on Sunday in the Epic Battle on and at the Confusing Lack of lighting will be grilled.