Seth Meyers had some fun at the expense of President Trump over the salacious detail from the infamous Trump dossier.
Among several excerpts from former FBI Director James Comey‘s new book A Higher Loyalty, one received lots of attention involving the president’s concern about the allegation that a “golden showers” tape existed.
“There’s no way I would let people pee on each other around me,” Trump said according to Comey “No way.”
Comey alleges that it bothered Trump so much because there could have been a “one percent chance” that his wife Melania Trump thought it was true and floated the idea of Comey investigating the allegation to prove it was false.
Well, there’s at least one person who thinks it was true… Seth Meyers.
“Oh my God, it’s real,” Meyers excitedly reacted. “It has to be! Why would you ask the FBI Director to investigate a pee tape if you knew for a fact the the pee tape didn’t exist? That’s like me saying, ‘Could you make sure there isn’t a tape of me in 1994 doing ‘Thunder Road’ at karaoke and then barfing and then slipping on the barf and farting?’”
The Late Night host added that he “always thought” that the pee tape was real based off a Fox News interview President Trump did around the time the dossier was released where he doesn’t flat-out deny the golden showers took place but instead insisted that the tape was never going to “show up” and that he’d “be embarrassed” if it did.
Watch the clip above, via NBC.