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Seth Meyers draws a clear lesson from the confusion over Trump’s anticipated firing of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein — who reportedly joked about wearing a wire to record the president and trigger the 25th Amendment. If you’re a federal official, especially in the Justice Department, don’t joke!

“Jokes are broken now,” warns the Late Night host warns. “We made so many jokes so about how hilarious it would be if Donald Trump was president that it came true.”

But Seth still has many a joke that’s not broken — and they’ll break you up.

Just click, and laugh.

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