Seth Meyers

comedian, writer and TV host

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Comedian, writer and host of Late Night with Seth Meyers

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Seth Meyers talks about how he mines comedy out of the daily news, and why telling Donald Trump jokes never gets old.

Seth Meyers on comedy, news and Donald Trump

Seth Meyers talks about how he mines comedy out of the daily news, and why telling Donald Trump jokes never gets old.

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As the anchor of Saturday Night Live's' "Weekend Update," Seth Meyers did lots of material based on the news.

Seth Meyers: Late Night with Seth Meyers

As the anchor of Saturday Night Live's' "Weekend Update," Seth Meyers did lots of material based on the news.

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