But Stephen Colbert actually went the opposite route on "The Late Show" last night during his monologue, imagining the Trump scandals as flawless material for a summer blockbuster.
And Seth Meyers summarized the state of things as such: "We're at a point now in the Trump presidency that feels very much like a pivotal moment for our democracy", he said. "And the bad news is, Trump listens during intel briefings".
Apparently Trump told Comey he hoped he could see his way to "letting this go, letting Flynn go", adding "he's a good guy".
"The information is so sensitive, that the article can't describe in detail what was shared, but one official said, "This is code-word information, "' Colbert continued". Bad as it is that Trump disclosed highly classified national security data to the Russians, there is good news too: "He found the leaker!" "Donald Trump", Colbert said.
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Raisi has been campaigning on that, proposing cash payments for the poor that proved popular in the past under Ahmadinejad. Rouhani added that tourism in 2013, before the deal lifted some sanctions, was less than that recorded in April this year.
The late night host examined White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's decision to avoid all questions about Trump's claim about Oval Office recordings with iterations of, "The president has made it clear what his position is". "We don't know what that means!"
Last week, Trump fired FBI Director James Comey - news that broke just 10 minutes before Colbert began taping.
"There's no getting around it: there's a huge scandal out of the White House". "Please don't do your own press conferences".
'Reluctantly, Wolf, I have to say yes simply because obstruction of justice is such a serious offense, ' King replied. Second of all, please, please, please don't take Sean Spicer from us! "Where am I going to get my daily dose of veiled anger and condescension?"