Watch: Seth Meyers Explains Exactly How You Can Tell That Trump is Having a Breakdown

In a Thursday installment of "A Closer Look," "Late Night" host Seth Meyers said it has become "genuinely disorienting how many crazy things" are happening in President Donald Trump's White House.

Meyers began by talking about the bizarre bromance developing between Kanye West and Trump. Trump retweeted the rapper after he said that the president has "dragon energy."

"Yeah, if you mean like draggin' his fat ass around the golf course," Meyers quipped.

But then he turned to the freakish "Fox & Friends" interview with the president, who called in to literally scream into the phone during his "executive time."

"It's the only time in history a TV show has had to change its phone number because of a stalker," Meyers joked. He went on to urge his audience to watch the faces of the anchors as Trump rambled on. He sped up the tape for time, but it still captured the shock and confusion. "Those are the faces of people thinking, 'What have we done?' That's the way scientists who test zombie viruses on monkeys look when they see the cage is open and the monkey is gone."

In the interview, Trump appeared to make a complete turn on what he's been saying about his attorney Michael Cohen by claiming the lawyer only makes up a "tiny, tiny fraction" of his legal representation. Trump then tried to claim that he has so many lawyers, he doesn't even know what to do with them.

"You have so many attorneys and not one of them told you to keep your mouth shut?" Meyers asked. "Which one of them told you it was a good idea to call a cable news show on three hours of sleep? I also love how you know that Trump is having a breakdown because he can't stop saying 'business.'"

Trump also copped to Cohen representing him in the matter with adult film star Stormy Daniels. This comes after Trump has denied the Daniels case and then somewhat confessed to the affair.

"Can you imagine Trump in court?" Meyers asked. "The prosecution wouldn't even need to be there. He can just cross examine himself!"

Watch the full clip of Meyers hilarity below:

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