Even most of the Trump-vilified press praised the President's newfound demeanor, but Seth Meyers doesn't want us to get our hopes up just yet.
The comedian commented on the media's positive reaction to Trump's new tone on Wednesday's Late Night, including Fox News' Chris Wallace declaring that Trump "became the president of the United States" during his address.
But Seth wasn't having any of it, and swiftly pointed out this is far from the first time the 70-year-old tried to put on his president pants — only to split them in his next public appearance and reveal himself to be the same old narcissistic hothead.
Do U think POTUS's change is a permanent one? Or will he return back to his old ways in his next press conference?
Lamenting about recent attacks abroad, the president referenced an incident that occurred "last night in Sweden" — later clarifying he was referring to a Friday night Fox News report on the Nordic country's immigration issues.
And you better believe this snafu was gobbled up by late night hosts on Monday night like a bag of Swedish fish!
On Late Night's "A Closer Look", Seth Meyers showed a clip of a Swedish reporter saying people there were "making jokes," and pointed out how bad things are going under Trump that we're "getting roasted by Swedes."
Stephen Colbert took a much darker route on The Late Show, playing a in memoriam segment for Sweden as "the third not-a-terrorist attack" in the past month, following the Bowling Green Massacre and Atlanta. Sad!
Ch-ch-check out both clips (below) to see the cycle continue!