Late at night, the hosts focused on Trump's downward spiral, the Mueller investigation and Facebook.
Seth Meyers: "This child goes to military school"
Seth Meyers turned to the Trump Mueller saga for his monologue. He opened by repeating what the investigation had found because the message cycle was distracted in his words. "I do not blame anyone. It just happens too much. As we talked about the Müller report, we found that Trump has lost over a billion dollars in ten years. This shit distracts! Meyers said.
He compared it to a book club where "everyone reads another book, all talking at the same time, and instead of playing Rosé Kokklex without cocaine, while Skrillex plays.  He reminded the audience that the Mueller report, despite Trump's claims to innocence, had 488 pages, and Meyers joked with his audience, "If you went to a parent-teacher conference and the teacher said, 'Leave me the file Get your son, "and there were 488 pages, then this kid goes to the military school."
Trump joked At a rally in Florida, people are urging that he would still be president in 14 years and said it would Make headlines because it's unconstitutional.
Meyers mocked, "You can not get credit for predicting the headlines you've created." Meyers also pointed to the cognitive dissonance Trump puts in with allegations of relief, but also not to show the full report.
Trump even went so far as to say that Russia is not even discussed. "Meyers said:" Just because you do not use the word "Russia" that does not mean it's not used by anyone. For one, just look at the Fox News. I'm pretty sure they pretend that Russia does not exist. When they show a map of Europe and Asia, they replace Russia with a graphic saying, "What about Hillary's emails?"
Meyers noted that this was the time for the congressional reaction to begin, but the Republicans would prefer the opposite. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called it "Groundhog Day," but Meyers disagreed, "If anything, we have too much information, and the latest developments in the Russian Federation are trying to clear the storylines of the last 20 Marvel films
Stephen Colbert: "Just ask Melania"
Stephen Colbert of the Late Show also used his monologue to tell Trump's latest antics.Already since the first release of the Mueller report, Trump has claimed he had been completely relieved and had falsely claimed that the report contained no obstacle, as he recently did in a press conference Colbert mocked his lies: "There are ten obstacles in the Müller report, which is as if Moses came down from the mountain and said, "I've just talked to God, essentially no commandments."
At the same press conference, Trump said, that he had conflicts with Müller because Müller had a loyalty and close friendship with former FBI director James Comey, as shown in the hundreds of photos that the couple has together. Colbert replied, "Sir, appearing in someone in hundreds of pictures does not mean you like each other. Just ask Melania.
Colbert also championed the 2018 World Cup, the Boston Red Sox and their visit to the White House. The White House housed part of the team but misprinted it on its website as "Boston Red Socks." At least 10 members of the team refused the invitation, all of them Latino and / or African American. Colbert joked: "Obviously, they did not want to be connected to racism in a place other than Fenway Park." TheDailyShow)
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Trevor Noah of Daily Show focused on the opinion of Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, who had proposed the dissolution of the network.
Noah expressed confusion. "If they dissolve Facebook, how can you dissolve Facebook? Would you divide it up with all the things it does? Now all I have is a Facebook that just reminds me of the birthdays of my friends, then a separate Facebook that gives me the wrong news, and then a Facebook that sells my data to Russia. "
Noah suggested an alternative to the resolution of Facebook. He said to his audience, "If you want to reduce the impact of Facebook, just change the Facebook logo to make it look like the Snapchat app – and then it will not be used by anyone."