“The numerous weirdos who tried to assist Donald Trump overthrow the election are in main authorized and monetary bother,” Seth Meyers mentioned Wednesday evening, pointing to each Rudy Giuliani and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, neither of whom have been having significantly good weeks.
After spending a couple of minutes on one other politician who has had what’s certainly the worst week of his career, the Late Evening host moved on to Giuliani, who simply introduced that he has joined Cameo, the place he’s providing to file private video messages for anybody with $275 to spare. “However if you happen to simply wait some time, he’ll ultimately butt-dial you without cost,” he joked.
“I assume Rudy’s final cameo went so effectively he determined to present it one other go,” Meyers mentioned, referring to Giuliani’s infamous appearance in final summer season’s Borat sequel. “For an additional 50 bucks, I’ll tuck in my shirt!”
“Candy, candy Rudy, he has no thought what he’s in for,” the host added. “Proper now a prosecutor within the Southern District of New York is logging onto Cameo and asking Rudy to share the story of the time he went to Ukraine to dig up dust on a political opponent to intrude in an American election.”
From there, Meyers expressed real shock at Giuliani’s dramatic fall from private lawyer to the president of the US to “panhandling in the identical place you will get a ‘Completely happy Bat Mitzvah’ message from Jamie Farr.”
As for why Giuliani wants the cash, Meyers highlighted the recent Daily Beast report outlining how Trump has fully deserted his former lawyer whilst he drowns in authorized payments stemming from Trump’s efforts to steal the 2020 election.
“Rudy and his allies have apparently tried to get Trump to assist, both by giving cash to Rudy’s authorized protection fund or at the least drawing consideration to it, however Trump has refused,” Meyers defined. However he wasn’t “stunned” that Trump rebuffed Giuliani as a result of he’s “solely drawn to individuals who venture power and confidence.”
“In the meantime,” he added, “if Rudy had his personal cologne it could be referred to as Flop Sweat.”