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Tell Me How You Really Feel
At the White House on Monday, President Biden referred to Peter Doocy, a Fox News reporter, as a “stupid son of a bitch” in a hot-mic moment.
“Like most presidents, Biden has a complicated relationship with the media, which I get it, you know?” Trevor Noah said on Tuesday. “They nitpick everything he says, they challenge all of his decisions and they even get their own room in his house, which is insane. Nobody else has to set aside a guest room for their haters.”
Biden’s comment was in reference to Doocy’s asking if he believed inflation would be a political liability in the midterm elections.
“I mean if you get to ask the president a question, you should ask him real questions, like ‘Why can’t the C.D.C. get its messaging straight on Covid?’ or ‘Can you ask your dog to stop chewing my arm?’” — TREVOR NOAH
“[imitating Biden] That’s right, Old Joey’s back. I’ve reached peak old man, givin’ zero malarkeys.” — STEPHEN COLBERT
“Later that night, Biden did something I forgot presidents could do — he apologized.” — STEPHEN COLBERT
The Bits Worth Watching
Seth Meyers skewered his writers for some of their worst monologue jokes.
What We’re Excited About on Wednesday Night
Sydney Sweeney, the star of “Euphoria,” will appear on Wednesday’s “Late Late Show.”