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Last weekend, Donald Trump came up with the idea of ending the Constitution. He was responding to a report on Twitter, specifically its decision during the 2020 presidential campaign to block links to an article about Hunter Biden’s laptop.
As Trevor Noah pointed out, some people expected the report — pre-hyped by Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk — to show that Twitter colluded with Democrats to suppress the narrative. Instead, it appeared that the Biden campaign was asking Twitter to remove not-safe-for-work Hunter Biden photos. Yet Trump seemed to believe it proved “massive fraud” that justified the “termination” of parts of the Constitution to overturn the election results.
“There was no evidence of a conspiracy to help defeat Donald Trump,” Noah said. “But you know who doesn’t care about that? Donald Trump.”
Some political news, tomorrow is the second round of the Georgia Senate between Herschel Walker and Senator Raphael Warnock. Warnock’s supporters said they vote for him because of his policies, while Walker’s supporters say they vote for him because it’s funny.” — JIMNY VALLON
“More than 1.8 million Georgia residents have already voted, and that’s just the children of Herschel Walker.” — JIMNY VALLON
“Right now, Warnock leads Walker in the polls by about four points. Yes, only four points. That explains Warnock’s slogan: ‘Even if I win, I’m really hurt.’” — JIMNY VALLON
President Biden said on Friday that the Democrats must win the second round of the Georgia Senate to avoid a 50-50 split in the chamber. “But that would mean the end of my presidency!” said Joe Manchin. — SETH MEYERS
The bits worth seeing
On Monday’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Haley Lu Richardson shared the first text message she received from her co-star Aubrey Plaza before they teamed up on “The White Lotus.”
Which we’re excited about on Tuesday night
All-woman tap group Syncopated Ladies performs on Tuesday’s “Late Late Show.”
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