Seth Meyers Goes After One Part of Trump's P*ssy Grab Video That America Missed

NBC "Late Night" host Seth Meyers often doesn't get enough credit for being perhaps the first comic to take digs at Trump's presidential run. And on Monday, given the fallout from the leaked Hollywood Access tape and Sunday night's second presidential debate, the host had plenty to work with.


“It looks like this week will be forever remembered as the one [when] the Trump train collided head-on with the Access Hollywood bus,” Meyers opened before playing the leaked tape, which "you probably know better now than your five-year-old knows Frozen," the host joked. 

Trump's lewd commentary recorded on the 2005 video was reported first by the Washington Post and has since received airtime on every show that can play it. 

“A man who is this close to the highest office in the land now occupies the lowest office in the land: the pervert on the bus,” Meyers said with a smirk after playing the first half of the video.

"[But] even the act of departing the bus managed to be embarrassing for Trump," Meyers noted, proceeding to play the second half. 

"It's always good if you don't fall out of the bus," Trump says in the tape. 

"Down below, pull the handle," Billy Bush tells Trump after Trump raps on the glass. 

"I'm sorry, what's more pathetic, a major party nominee who talks about women like that or one who thinks you get out of a bus by knocking on the glass?" asked Meyers. "I guess in the end, Donald Trump is the man to defeat ISIS, as long as ISIS isn't on the other side of a door." 

Meyers also mocked his fellow NBC employee (now former) "Today" show host Billy Bush, pointing out that Bush was suspended by the network following the tape's release.

"There is now a higher standard for the host of the third hour of the 'Today' show than there is for Republican nominee for president," said Meyers.

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