1. Seth Meyers Nails The Hypocrisy Of Trump's Business Losses  HuffPost
  2. Trump Lost Over $1 Billion in 10 Years: A Closer Look  Late Night with Seth Meyers
  3. Late-Night Hosts Tackle Trump's Reported $1B Loss: "Like a One-Man Fyre Festival"  Hollywood Reporter
  4. Seth Meyers Is Concerned About Donald Trump’s Finances  Vulture
  5. Senator Elizabeth Warren Calls for President Trump's Impeachment  Late Night with Seth Meyers
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The "Late Night" host explained why it was a story "about the thing Trump, cynically, claimed to fix."The "Late Night" host explained why it was a story "about the thing Trump, cynically, claimed to fix."

Seth Meyers Nails The Hypocrisy Of Donald Trump's Business Losses | HuffPost Canada

Late-night hosts are having a field day following a report in The New York Times on Tuesday that found that Donald Trump's businesses lost more than $1 billion from 1985 to 1994, based on tax information the newspaper acquired.Hosts including Seth Meyers, Samantha Bee and Jimmy Kimmel took the president to task for campaigning on his record as a businessman following unearthed tax-return information from the New York Times.

Late-Night Hosts Tackle Trump's Reported $1B Loss: "Like a One-Man Fyre Festival" | Hollywood Reporter

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Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. Everyone has a theory about why President Trump is hiding his tax returns, Trevor Noah said on Wednesday's Daily Show. "Some people think it's because he cheated on his taxes, or because he took money from unsavory people. My conspiracy theory is that he's hiding the extra income he makes working part-time at TGI Fridays." But while "no one knows for sure what's hiding in Trump's taxes," he said, "last night The New York Times found out what he used to be hiding": $1.17 billion in losses from 1985 to 1994. Yes, "for 10 years, Donald Trump might have lost more money than any person in America," Noah said, and this "is the same guy who claims to be the best businessman. That's like finding out Hugh Hefner died a virgin." But not everyone thinks this proves Trump is "a shady loser," he added, playing a Fox & Friends clip. "Here's the thing: Fox & Friends aren't outliers. Many Trump supporters feel Trump losing a billion dollar just shows how successful he was." "Keep in mind, '85 to '94 was Trump's prime, those were his salad days — minus the salad," Stephen Colbert said at The Late Show. "Everything we thought we knew about Trump back then is a lie." He was bemused at Trump's tweeted defense and half-agreed with one part of the positive spin from Fox & Friends: "Yes, we've noticed he's a little different. If he were most people, he would either be in jail or napping on the couch while his children quietly discuss 'the next steps.'" "This isn't just a story about Trump — we already knew he was a con artist," Seth Meyers said at Late Night. "It's also a story about the thing Trump cynically claimed to fix, the thing he actually benefitted from his entire life — the rigged system. Most regular people are one layoff or medical emergency away from a financial crisis, but this guy lost a billion dollars over 10 years and he ended up fine," mostly. Watch below. Peter Weber

Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, and Seth Meyers have some thoughts on the $1 billion losses in Trump's taxes

Everyone has a theory about why President Trump is hiding his tax returns, Trevor Noah said on Wednesday's Daily Show. "Some people think it's because he cheated on his taxes, or because he took money from unsavory people. My conspiracy theory is that he's hiding the extra income he makes working part-time at TGI Fridays." But while "no one knows for sure what's hiding in Trump's taxes," he said, "last night The New York Times found out what he used to be hiding": $1.17 billion in losses from 1985 to 1994. Yes, "for 10 years, Donald Trump might have lost more money than any person in America," Noah said, and this "is the same guy who claims to be the best businessman. That's like finding out Hugh Hefner died a virgin." But not everyone thinks this proves Trump is "a shady loser," he added, playing a Fox & Friends clip. "Here's the thing: Fox & Friends aren't outliers. Many Trump supporters feel Trump losing a billion dollar just shows how successful he was." "Keep in mind, '85 to '94 was Trump's prime, those were his salad days — minus the salad," Stephen Colbert said at The Late Show. "Everything we thought we knew about Trump back then is a lie." He was bemused at Trump's tweeted defense and half-agreed with one part of the positive spin from Fox & Friends: "Yes, we've noticed he's a little different. If he were most people, he would either be in jail or napping on the couch while his children quietly discuss 'the next steps.'" "This isn't just a story about Trump — we already knew he was a con artist," Seth Meyers said at Late Night. "It's also a story about the thing Trump cynically claimed to fix, the thing he actually benefitted from his entire life — the rigged system. Most regular people are one layoff or medical emergency away from a financial crisis, but this guy lost a billion dollars over 10 years and he ended up fine," mostly. Watch below. Peter Weber

Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, and Seth Meyers have some thoughts on the $1 billion losses in Trump's taxes

'Late Night With Seth Meyers' Takes Joking Aim At Donald Trump's Finances'Late Night With Seth Meyers' Takes Joking Aim At Donald Trump's Finances

‘Late Night With Seth Meyers’ Takes Joking Aim At Donald Trump’s Finances – Deadline

NBC Late Night host Seth Meyers mocked President Donald Trump in a Closer Look segment on Wednesday night, skewering the businessman's massive financialNBC Late Night host Seth Meyers mocked President Donald Trump in a Closer Look segment on Wednesday night, skewering the businessman's massive financial failures after a New York Times exposé uncovered tax documents from 1985 to 1994 that showed Trump's businesses sustained immense losses totaling $1.17 billion during that period.

Seth Meyers Says Trump's Taxes Show He's Benefitted from 'Rigged System'