Trump vs. Clinton: Who Should You Vote For? Let Seth Meyers Help Decide

Seth Meyers on Wednesday addressed a problem facing millions of prospective voters ahead of the Nov. 8 presidential election. 

With both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton widely disliked by the American public, the Late Night host took a minute to point out each candidate’s grandest faux pas in an effort to make things a little easier for Ken Bone those still mulling their choice less than six days before casting their ballot. His long-winded breakdown went as follows:

[It’s] a problem for a lot of Americans. They just don’t love the two choices. I mean, do you pick someone who’s under federal investigation for using a private email server, or do you pick someone who called Mexicans rapists; claimed the president was born in Kenya; proposed banning an entire religion from entering the U.S.; mocked a disabled reporter; said John McCain wasn’t a war hero because he was captured; attacked the parents of a fallen soldier; bragged about committing sexual assault; was accused by 12 women of committing sexual assault [and] said some of those women weren’t attractive enough for him to sexually assault; said more countries should get nukes; said he would force the military to commit war crimes; said a judge was biased because his parents were Mexicans; said women should be punished for having abortions; incited violence at his rallies; called global warming a hoax perpetrated by the Chinese; called for his opponent to be jailed; declared bankruptcy six times; bragged about not paying income taxes; stiffed his contractors and employees; lost $1 billion in one year; scammed customers with his fake university; bought a six-foot tall painting of himself with money from his fake foundation; has a trial for fraud coming up in November; insulted an opponent’s looks; insulted an opponent’s wife’s looks; and bragged about grabbing women by the p—y?


“How do you choose?” Meyers asked in a facetious manner before catching his breath. “Because it’s so even.”

Press PLAY on the clip above to watch Meyers’ latest “Closer Look” (the aforementioned breakdown begins at the 6:16 mark), then tell us if he’s swayed your vote with a polite comment below.