Late Night Hosts Skewer Trump's Media Malarkey & Try To Remember The Bowling Green Massacre That Never Happened
More on this fake news story as it doesn't develop…
Donald Trump kicked off yet another week by attacking the media with outrageous accusations — which means more late night segments were dedicated to debunking the president's
alternative false facts.
Seth Meyers and Stephen Colbert reamed President Pinocchio (you know, because he lies and he's a puppet!) on Monday night, ripping on his claims that the "very, very dishonest press" isn't reporting on major terrorist attacks.
Both hosts compared POTUS's comments to his adviser Kellyanne Conway's remarks about the Bowling Green Massacre, a horrible tragedy that never happened.
Colbert gave Conway the benefit of the doub on The Late Show, joking that he was a "Bowling Green truther" and promised to have more on the story as it doesn't develop.
Meyers dissected these latest claims a bit more on Late Night's "A Closer Look." The SNL alum noted Trump administration's ridiculous lies were made to distract us "from other, worse lies" — like when Conway falsely claimed that Barack Obama also banned Iraqi refugees to justify Trump's awful travel ban.
Ch-ch-check out both clips (below)!