Late Night Roundup: Jeb Bush Is A Nigerian Prince

Late Night Roundup: Jeb Bush Is A Nigerian Prince

Trevor Noah made a startling realization about the Republican presidential race: “Jeb Bush’s campaign and Super-PAC have spent over $60 million so far, with nothing to show for it — and he’s still asking people for money. How is it that Americans still fall for this? Because right now, Jeb Bush’s campaign sounds like an elaborate Nigerian prince scam to me.”

The Daily Show also took a look at the “astonishingly excellent” report from Donald Trump’s doctor, with a special sketch featuring Roy Wood Jr. and Hasan Minhaj.

Jordan Klepper sat down with a focus group of actual Donald Trump supporters — the kind of people who say that a presidential candidate having “no filter” was a good thing.

Over at The Nightly Show, Larry Wilmore highlighted Bill Cosby counter-lawsuit against seven of the women who have accused him of sexual assault and who are currently suing him for defamation: “That’s like if Jeffrey Dahmer sued the families of his victims, because he got a tummy-ache after eating them.”

Conan O’Brien: “A new study just came out, and it claims that the stress of being president takes three years off your life. So suddenly, everyone is thinking of voting for Trump.”


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