tv Late Night With Seth Meyers NBC October 31, 2017 12:37am-1:38am PDT
♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- heidi klum, senator bernie sanders, music from imagine dragons, featuring the 8g band with anton fig. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening, everyone. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: that's fantastic to hear. in that case let's get to the news. well, trump was right. we have started saying merry christmas again. [ laughter ] president trump's former campaign chairman, paul manafort was charged today with twelve counts, including acting as an
unregistered agent of a foreign principle, money laundering and conspiracy against the united states. now, i wouldn't want to judge a book by its cover, but if the book is called "this book is full of crime," i don't need to open it. [ laughter and applause ] a source close to the trump administration told cnn today that the indictments of two former trump campaign officials have zero to do with the white house. to be fair, you could say the same thing about president trump on any given day. [ cheers and applause ] following recent sexual assault allegations against kevin spacey, netflix announced today that "house of cards" will end after next season. so i guess it is possible to get a president to step down over sexual assault allegations. [ applause ] one. just one.
according to nbc news, former trump campaign advisor george papadopoulos secretly pleaded guilty three weeks ago to lying to the fbi. even bigger news, this whole time they have had a mole working on steve bannon. [ laughter and applause ] smattering. we got a smattering. [ laughter ] after it was revealed that hillary clinton's campaign funded a salacious dossier connecting president trump's team to russia, trump tweeted, quote, "do something." incidentally, "do something" is what it says any time trump puts on his fitbit. [ laughter and applause ] "tweet? should i tweet? [ laughter ] still zero."
a wisconsin man was recently locked inside a convenience store's beer cooler for several hours. luckily he had access to plenty of water. [ cheers and applause ] and finally, united airlines launched the longest ever flight by a u.s. airline on friday. a 17-hour and 55-minute trip from los angeles to singapore. narrowly beating out spirit airlines 17-hour flight from new york to philly. [ laughter and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show for you tonight! she is a fashion icon and long-time host of lifetime's "project runway," heidi klum is back tonight. [ cheers and applause ] he's been here a bunch, it's always a pleasure to see him. senator bernie sanders! [ cheers and applause ] back on our show. and music from imagine dragons. it's going to be something to see, i promise. [ cheers and applause ] so, you're here on a good night.
before we get to that, special counsel robert mueller has filed the first charges in his investigation of the trump campaign's potential ties to russia and of course news of the charges are coming sent president trump and his allies into an unhinged frenzy over the weekend. for more on this, it's time for "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: the trump white house knew today was going to be a bad news day, so you'd think they would savor any chance to take a break from the chaos and project normalcy. for example, on friday trump engaged in the presidential halloween tradition of handing out candy to the children of members of the white house press corps. and yet trump could not resist turning the innocent task of handing out candy into an opportunity to air his grievances about the media. >> i cannot believe the media produced such beautiful children. how the media did this, i don't know. do you know who they are? huh? do you know who they are? they're the friendly media. they're the fr -- that's the press.
oh, you're going to grow up to be like your parents? don't answer. that can only get me in trouble, that question. so how does the press treat you? [ laughter ] i bet they -- you get treated better by the press than anybody in the world, right? well, congratulations, folks. you did a good job. >> well, thank you. >> you did a good job. here, you did a good job. i wouldn't say you did very well here. >> seth: that's because you're the president, not one of their children. "you never hug me. you make me go to bed early. and when i want ice cream for breakfast, you say 'no.'" also, look at the faces of those kids. they're all looking at trump and thinking, "you're the reason my daddy drinks." [ laughter ] but it actually -- it actually got worse than that because as he was handing out the candy, trump made this comment to some of the children. >> who likes this? you have no weight problems, that's the good news, right?
>> seth: you have no weight problems. i can't wait to see how trump botches the presidential turkey pardon. "you're going to live, but the rest of your family -- dead. they're all dead. [ laughter ] and you only have one more year, you're probably not getting a second pardon. so it's stuffing for you, friend, but congratulations. on what i hope will be a good year. did we get the pictures? can i go now?" so trump's weekend got off to a rough start and then this morning he woke up to even worse news. >> former trump campaign manager paul manafort and his business associate, rick gates have been indicted by a federal grand jury on a number of felony charges including money laundering and conspiracy against the united states. >> seth: now, i'm no legal expert, but conspiracy against the united states does not sound good. it doesn't leave much room for a plea bargain. "what if i just cop to conspiracy against delaware. you know delaware was asking for it." [ laughter ] things really could not be worse for paul manafort right now. although, on the bright side -- >> you have no weight problems, that's the good news, right?
[ laughter and applause ] >> seth: now, the indictment against manafort alleges that he laundered millions of dollars and failed to register as an agent of a foreign government. the indictment has all kinds of details about how manafort allegedly laundered money by purchasing items from high-end stores, including a home entertainment company, a men's clothing store, a landscaper in the hamptons and an antique rug store. wow, he allegedly laundered $1 million through a rug store and not only that, the rug he bought wasn't even convincing. [ laughter and applause ] trump of course, could not help but respond to the news today on twitter in a way that made very clear, he is not handling this well. first he tweeted, "sorry, but this is years ago before paul manafort was part of the trump campaign, but why aren't crooked hillary and the dems the focus?" but then three minutes later, he added, "also, there is no collusion!"
[ laughter ] he is so bad at this. it's like getting pulled over and saying, "i wasn't speeding, officer. and also, there's no cocaine in the glove compartment! [ laughter and applause ] don't look there! it's a waste of your time!" but maybe there's a perfectly good explanation for all 12 counts against manafort. i mean, does he sound like a guilty man to you? >> so to be clear, mr. trump has no financial relationships with any russian oligarchs? >> if that's what he said -- that's what -- that's obviously what the -- our position is. >> seth: "uh, uh, you know, i'm gonna -- uh, you know, i think i'll probably -- i think i'll probably die in jail." [ laughter ] but that manafort news isn't the only bombshell today because it was also revealed that mueller's team arrested a third trump campaign official, a foreign policy advisor named, george papadopoulos, who unlike manafort, has already pled guilty to lying to the fbi.
papadopoulos allegedly met with a professor tied to the kremlin who promised dirt on hillary clinton. according to the indictment, papadopoulos met the professor for breakfast at a london hotel. where the professor told papadopoulos the russians had obtained dirt on then candidate clinton. wow, so it was the professor in the dining room with the e-mails. [ laughter and applause ] the trump administration is turning into a game of "clue," but since it's trump, clueless. [ laughter and applause ] apparently -- apparently papadopoulos tried to lie about this interaction to the fbi. papadopoulos said falsely he learned that information prior to joining the campaign, but in fact the professor only took interest in papadopoulos because of his status with the campaign. of course he did. you think he was interested in you because of your personality? or maybe it's just fun saying your name in a russian accent. "mr. papadopoulos. please let's have breakfast,
mr. papadopoulos. you can have the papawaffleus." [ laughter ] of course, now that manafort has been charged, trump and his team are trying to distance themselves from him. but during the campaign trump and his aides went out of their way repeatedly to emphasize how important manafort was to their operations. >> who do you believe will take over the campaign? will it be paul manafort? >> yeah, i think paul -- paul is totally in charge. >> nobody should underestimate how much paul manafort did to really help with this campaign to where it is right now. >> paul manafort has done an amazing job. he's here someplace. where's paul? [ cheers ] paul manafort. oh, good. you made it. >> seth: oh, good, you made it. where were you? [ mumbling ] [ laughter ] "i was doing some russia stuff." [ laughter ]
and when none of your defenses work, there's always the option of ignoring the news completely. as other news outlets were going wall-to-wall with coverage of the manafort indictment, here's what fox news thought was more important. >> all right, this cheeseburger emoji causing a frenzy online. we've been talking about it all morning. can you see what's wrong with this picture? the cheese is underneath the hamburger. who does that? >> seth: unless the answer is paul manafort, who cares? [ laughter and applause ] fox news, if you really want to talk about emojis, you could at least focus on the ones that are relevant to the trump white house. [ laughter ] of course fox news was just following the playbook they and the trump team had adhered to all weekend after the news that pending criminal charges came down on friday. trump went on a twitter rant in which he tried to distract from the news and lash out at everyone from james comey, to the democrats, to hillary clinton. >> president trump released a torrent of tweets this weekend, his frustration building to an all caps crescendo. "never seen such republican
anger and unity as i have concerning the lack of investigation on clinton made fake dossier. the uranium to russia deal, the 33,000 plus deleted e-mails that comey fixed and so much more. instead they look at phony trump/russia collusion, which doesn't exist. the dems are using this terrible and bad for our country witch hunt evil politics, but the republicans are now fighting back like never before. there is so much guilt by democrats, clinton and now the facts are pouring out. do something!" >> seth: "do something?" he sounds like a super villain barking orders at his henchmen after james bond escapes. [ laughter ] "he's getting away, do something." but his henchmen are yelling back, "we can't, we're all under federal investigation." but the most disturbing thing -- [ applause ] the most disturbing thing about the right-wing reaction to the mueller news this weekend, was their frothing obsession with hillary clinton. the writers manufactured a series of fake clinton scandals to try to muddy the waters and
distract from the very real russia investigation. for example, they've dredged up an old uranium deal from 2010 that was approved by nine different agencies and had nothing to do with hillary clinton, to try to claim she was the one who colluded with russia. and trump himself immediately picked up on that absurd talking point. >> well, i think the uranium sale to russia and the way it was done, so underhanded with tremendous amounts of money being passed, i actually think that's watergate modern age. >> seth: you know what, from now on i think you should only get to talk about uranium deals if you can actually explain what uranium is. mr. president? >> you know what uranium is, right? this thing called nuclear weapons and other things, like lots of things are done with uranium, including some bad things. [ laughter ] >> seth: trump always sounds like a high schooler who forgot to study for the quiz. "oxygen, i don't have to tell you, oxygen does good things and then you have uranium, bad things. and tungsten, don't -- oh, don't get me started on tungsten.
it's where the tongue comes from." we're entering a new and intense phase of the mueller investigation and trump and his allies are doing everything they can to stop or discredit it. on the one hand, trump claims his team is doing some really good things, but in reality, it looks like they were up to -- >> some bad things. >> seth: this has been "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] we'll be back with heidi klum, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: for more of seth's "closer looks," be sure to subscribe to "late night" on youtube. ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. please give it up for the 8g band, right over there. [ cheers and applause ] also sitting in with us this week, he was david letterman's drummer for almost 30 years on both nbc's "late night" and "the late show" for cbs, he continues to be a highly sought after session musician and is currently playing with joe bonamassa, whose latest album, "blues a desperation" is available now. anton figg is here, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] [ rim shot ] thanks for being here anton i really appreciate it. i really appreciate it. it's such an honor.
our first guest tonight is an emmy award winning television host, entrepreneur and supermodel, you can catch her hosting "project runway" currently in its 16th season airing thursdays on lifetime. let's take a look. >> this challenge will determine who will go to new york's spring-summer fashion week. >> oh, my gosh. >> and you know what comes before spring? >> mm-hmm. winter. [ laughing ] >> seth: please welcome back to the show, heidi klum, everybody. [ applause ] >> seth: what a delight to see you. >> i saw that. he was copying my smile. he went -- [ laughter ] >> seth: i did. i really like the winter effect you had in that clip. it really made me happy. [ laughter ] >> well yeah, because, you know --
>> seth: it's like winter. >> we always try to like give them little clues on what they have to do. >> seth: was that a clue for winter? >> yes. [ laughter ] ding. because we try to keep it like cute and make something, you know, different because we've been on the air for 16 seasons already, i mean it's a really long time. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: well, that's interesting. >> so we try to, you know -- thank you. >> seth: i want to ask you that. so, obviously it's hard keeping a show fresh for 16 years. you are up something else. which is, you have your 18th year of your halloween party. a famous halloween party. >> and you've never been. >> seth: i've never been invited. and the thing is -- [ laughter ] >> that is not true. >> seth: how is that not true? >> because i invite you all the time. >> seth: how? via where? what app are you using? that i'm not getting your messages? >> no, we sent it to your team. the people who asked me to come on your show. >> seth: oh, wow. well i will say every year they must be taking it because the day after your party they show up super hung-over and surly. >> see they're going. is it because you don't like to dress up? >> seth: i don't like to dress up. >> is that really what it is? >> seth: i really hate halloween. >> do you guys like halloween? [ cheering ] look at that, i love it. >> seth: well, we have a kid
now, so i see. it's starting to appeal to me again. but, you really go all out. i want to -- i have some of the past years, you were godiva one year and arrived on a horse? >> that is lady godiva, yeah. >> seth: now, is that a horse or two friends in a costume? >> no, it looks like it, right? it was actually a horse. >> this one really blows my mind and i really give you credit because people sometimes do sexy halloween costumes. but there you go. look at that. >> that was four years ago when i turned 40. people were like, oh, now that you're 40, you're getting old and stuff, so maybe like the modeling is not your thing anymore. i'm like, you know what, i'll show you old. i'll show you me old. and that was my idea. >> seth: so i know -- i know you can't tell us because this is a very well guarded secret, but how much prep -- >> i just like to keep it was fun. >> seth: i agree. how much prep do you put into this year's costume? >> well, i usually start in june. >> seth: okay. >> to kind of think about what it's going to be, because it's not me just like getting dressed easily. you know, i have a lot of prosthetics done, you know, with these amazing people do this on me.
you know, this took ten hours to do. tomorrow i'm going to be there six hours. gluing all this stuff on. >> seth: okay, so we know -- so that's a clue. that's a real clue. so six hours. a lot of stuff being glued on. >> because last year i didn't do anything. last year i was just me and i had five clones, which i thought was such a fun idea. >> seth: it was a little creepy. 'cause it was like six heidi klums. >> it was difficult because i had to find five girls with that had the same height, the same body. you know and were willing to go through this because it's not fun having this stuck on your face. >> seth: yeah, do you keep in touch with the other five heidis? [ laughter ] >> no, no. just one night. >> seth: it was a one-night thing. >> but then afterwards, it was very difficult to get that off. it takes like two hours to rip this stuff off your face so you don't have half of your face actually coming off. >> seth: yeah, i'm looking forward, very excited. and then i will send you a message via the channels that we have open of communication and tell you what i thought of it. you have 4 kids -- >> you should really come. it is a lot of fun. >> seth: are your four kids, 13 to 8. 4 kids. >> 13, 12, 11 and 8.
>> seth: do they all know what they're going to be? >> yes. >> seth: okay, do you support them? do you like their choices? >> i can't tell what their costume is. >> seth: oh, so that's a keeper too. the klum family is really -- >> no, no, of course, my son, henry, he's wearing a monkey costume hidden in a milk carton, because he couldn't decide so he has an amazing monkey costume. because he saw it's comfy and cozy, really long hair. and then he ordered this milk carton too and now he's the monkey inside of the milk carton that he's wearing. >> seth: so i think the whole night people are going to be trying to figure out what it is and it's nothing, though, right? >> what? >> seth: that's not an expression, right? like you can't throw the monkey out with the milk carton. [ light laughter ] >> no, no, normally you just put on the milk carton but he couldn't decide. >> seth: no, i know what normally works. [ laughter ] >> but that was there, i thought it was very clever. >> seth: i do, i mean i like a monkey in a milk carton, that's great. >> and my son johan that's 10, turning 11 in november, so he is something that lights up at night. so he has light-up glasses and a weird face that he puts on, light-up hoodie. he's really into glow in the dark stuff. >> so we tried it all out -- >> seth: jackpot. >> in the bathroom, turned out
the light and everything. it's very cute. >> seth: that's what he told you. yeah. >> and my youngest, lou, she's a devil. >> seth: okay. >> so she has like this tutu fru-fru, i mean, she's still like very young so she loves like fluffy but it's devil horns. and then my 13-year-old she has, like, a gang of friends and they're going to be like shredded jeans, kind of like they have got attacked by werewolves kind of thing and then they do all the makeup themselves. like they go on youtube and get tutorials, how you can get -- you can look all sliced up everywhere. [ light laughter ] >> seth: that's wonderful. yeah. well, great. i'm glad that it's a family affair. i want to talk about the show as well. >> yes. >> seth: obviously one of the things about the show are the amazing judges. you have a dream judge though? 16 seasons in who would you be happiest to have judge? >> i would always love to have michelle obama, because i've been asking for so many years. [ cheers and applause ] >> for her to come because, you know, the former first lady, i always thought she was so well dressed and put together and everything. and also for young kids, i
thought it was fun for her to come, but she never came. >> seth: well, maybe, maybe you're using the same mail for her -- >> no! [ laughter ] i think you're getting it. you just don't want to come. >> seth: you have a line of intimates? am i saying that right? >> no, but i have to tell you this year what was so amazing about "project runway" because we had models of all sizes. i don't know if you guys all have been watching "project runway" but it was really, it was really amazing because we have never done that and it was such a big movement in fashion. you know, that we now see, not only the super super skinny girls that we've been seeing for so many years, so now it's models of all sizes and it really was amazing. [ cheers ] >> seth: that's great, i'm so happy you are doing that. you have a line of intimates. >> i do. >> seth: and you are in the ad campaign for the intimates. that's you and your flowers. [ cheers and applause ] p >> yeah, because why not? you know, people always say maybe you're too old, you shouldn't be doing this. i'm like, no. why we girls can always do what we want to do, right? and still be sexy? [ cheers and applause ] why not? yes! so i wanted to be with all these roses.
and yeah, that's, like, that's my new stuff. >> seth: and last time you were here, you brought me some intimates. >> yes. my motto is always more boobs, less bra. like i'll always -- >> seth: your motto is more boobs, less bra? >> yes, i like to put them on the -- because i do t-shirt bras, i do super comfortable bras and all of that stuff. but i like to always cut it back as much as possible and push everything in from the right angle so that they're really like on perfect display. >> seth: yeah. >> more boobs, less bra. i don't actually want to see the bra in the end. i just want perfect -- [ whistles ] display. >> seth: no, that's great. i'll be honest, it wasn't my motto, but you made a really good case for it. [ laughter and applause ] >> more boobs, less bra. but don't you agree? >> seth: what? >> don't you agree you always want to see more boobs, less bra? >> seth: yeah. like i said i never put much thought in it. but yeah. i've never like, oh, i wish there was more bra in here. [ laughter ] >> see, i'm onto something. onto something people. >> seth: speaking of all sizes, this is really lovely. you brought some intimates last year and i didn't -- i was
wearing something else so i didn't want to put them on, but our cue card guy, wally, just the best he's ever looked. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. [ cheers and applause ] still wearing them. >> what are you wearing today? what are you wearing today? >> i'm not wearing it today, but they're in my rotation. >> okay. i came on the wrong day. >> seth: it looks like you just hit a new career peak. you're in wally's rotation. heidi klum, everybody! "project runway" airs thursdays at 9pm on lifetime. we'll be right back with senator bernie sanders. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ so, verizon and google have teamed up on the pixel 2. it's a match made in tech heaven. it's like verizon is the oil and google is the balsamic. no, actually they separate into a suspension. it's more like the google pixel 2
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: our next guest tonight is a united states senator from vermont. he won 22 states in the 2016 democratic primary. please welcome back to the show, senator bernie sanders, everyone. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: welcome back. >> good to be with you. >> fifth time on the show. i feel like every time you're here, there's some big piece of news that just happens day of. [ laughter ] >> we arrange it. >> seth: you arrange it? [ laughter ] >> it's takes a lot of work. >> seth: your pr people are wonderful. [ laughter ] what is your reaction to today's news and what do you want to see moving forward? >> it's a big deal, seth. bob mueller, who, let us
remember, was appointed to be fbi director by george w. bush, reappointed by obama. a man who has a whole lot of bipartisan support across the political spectrum. he was given the assignment of determining whether or not the trump campaign colluded with the russians to undermine american democracy. and today is a major step forward with the indictment of manafort. and we'll see how the process works out. but i worry very much about the attacks that we're seeing every day in a variety of ways. not only from the russians on american democracy. we have a president who clearly does not understand the constitution of the united states. a president who attacks the media every day and media has a very important role to play in our democracy. we are looking at a campaign finance system which as a result of citizens united is corrupt,
allowing billionaires to buy elections. we're looking at republican governors trying to suppress the vote, making it harder for poor people and people of color, for young people to participate. and i think of all of the enormous issues and problems facing this country, making sure we fight to protect and revitalize american democracy and take on all of those people who want to undermine what men and women fought and died to defend, that is our major task. >> seth: that's very important -- [ cheers and applause ] i think news like today and certainly it seems like there's news every week that, oh, here's a story about how something's going wrong for the trump administration but obviously they're accomplishing much in office. bringing down regulation, dangerous things. do you worry sometimes these russia stories can to the left provide a excitement of, "oh, this is almost over," when in fact it will probably go on forever and they need to focus on the ballot box as opposed to
mueller? >> yes. i mean, i think we've got to work in two ways. number one, we have got to take on trump's attacks against the environment, against women, against latinos and blacks and people in the gay community, we've got to fight back every day on those issues. but equally important, or more important, we have got to focus on the bread-and-butter issues that mean so much to ordinary americans. americans are not staying up every day worrying about russia's interference in our election. they're wondering how they're going to send their kids to college. they're worried about how they're going to be able to pay the rent. they're worrying about whether they can afford healthcare. they're worried whether their income they make is enough to put food on the table. we are the wealthiest country in the history of the world and our job is to create an economy that works for all of us, not just the 1%, and those are issues
that absolutely we cannot afford to lose sight of. >> seth: so -- [ cheers and applause ] you mentioned healthcare. you recently took a trip to canada. >> yes. >> seth: you wanted to learn more about their single payer system. >> yup. >> seth: and you were saying to the canadians that they have to -- they're sometimes too polite. because there are conservatives who attack their health care all the time. >> right. >> seth: and you don't feel as though they do a nice enough job defending themselves. >> seth, this is what i worry about. i live 50 miles away from the canadian border in burlington, vermont, so i know a little bit about what goes on. and kind of, i wonder how many people here or throughout our country understand that the country just north of us, a country in many respects just like us. they guarantee health care to every man, woman, and child in their country as a right. when people walk into the doctor's office, you know how much they pay for healthcare? not a nickel! if you have cancer, if you have
diabetes and you end up in the hospital, you don't have to pay anything. it is publicly funded. and it ends up that in canada, they are spending 50%, one-half as much as we do per person on healthcare. so wouldn't you think that the united states congress would be interested in knowing how they guarantee healthcare to all of their people at half the cost per person than we do. their prescription drug costs are about 50% of what ours are. so i -- in this country congress doesn't talk about it, media doesn't talk about it, but it's important to know that we remain the only major country on earth not to guarantee healthcare to all people as a right. and if i have anything to say about it, we're going to change that. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: in a time when -- and it's still an uneasy time for obamacare, but at a time when obamacare was under attack, you were pushing forward with your medicare for all proposal. some centrist democrats were
even saying, "now is not the time. you're going to scare republicans into repealing obamacare because they're so worried about what you were doing with medicare for all." make the argument for why you can do both at the same time, protect obamacare and push for something else. >> there was not many people in the united states congress who were worked harder than i did. i went all over this country, held rallies all over this country to make certain that the republicans would not get away with throwing up to 30 million people off of the health insurance they have. can you imagine that? people with cancer, with heart disease, with diabetes, with life-threatening illnesses, and these guys wanted to throw off the 30 million people off the health insurance they had and no doubt many thousands of people a year would have died as a result. fortunately, thank god, we were able to beat that back. so i did everything that i can -- could to protect the affordable care act. but what we also, all of us understand is the affordable care act is not good enough. we have got to do more. you have 28 million people in
this country today who have no health insurance. you have even more who are underinsured with high deductibles, high co-payments. we pay the highest prices in the world for prescription drugs. one out of five people can't even afford the medicine their doctors prescribe. we have got to do more. we have got to do what every other country does, and that is get private insurance companies out of health insurance, guarantee healthcare to all people. [ cheers and applause ] and the best way that we can do it, we have a successful health care program out. you know what the most popular health insurance program in america is now? take a guess. >> seth: uh -- medicare. >> smart guy. >> seth: uh-huh. [ laughter ] >> it is. it's medicare. so if medicare is working, if seniors feel good about medicare, why don't we expand medicare to all of our people? and that is the legislation that i have introduced over a four year period. we would make sure that every person in this country had healthcare as a right. we would save middle class and working class people substantial sums of money by doing that. >> seth: fantastic so you -- [ cheers and applause ]
in your traveling around, many people consider you a voice of the working man. you were, back in the day, before you got this cushy senate job, you -- [ light laughter ] you were -- you had a carpentry company here in new york? >> i wouldn't go that far. >> seth: okay. [ laughter ] creative carpenters, is that what it was called? >> well, we were creative with the title. >> seth: okay. [ laughter ] i will say, i don't know if i want my carpentry creative. [ laughter ] yeah. >> i was able to bang nails. and i did that in vermont when i was up -- it was a lot of fun. i worked for a small contractor guy who built homes. it was a lot of fun banging nails and putting up roofs and all that stuff. [ light laughter ] >> seth: but that was -- was that about the height of your carpentry skills? >> you will not find my creative carpentry in your local fine furniture store. [ laughter ] that i can guarantee you. >> seth: that's a chair bernie sanders made. don't sit in it! [ laughter ] >> don't laugh. [ laughter ] >> seth: also, i'm happy to hear that you have been a frugal
person for your entire life. is that safe to say? >> yeah. >> seth: some old friends of yours were talking about you back in the day in vermont, that you had -- you would cook over something that they called berno. will you explain what berno is? >> well, it's a -- i don't know it even existed. you know sterno is? >> seth: sterno. yeah, it's sort of like camping food basically. >> yeah, so this was a variation of that using toilet paper, i might say. [ light laughter ] pouring some stuff on it we would cook on that. >> seth: so you -- >> we have come a long ways since those days. [ laughter ] why are you taking back -- >> seth: i can't believe the guy who figured out how to cook over toilet paper didn't make all that facebook money. [ laughter ] thank you so much, it's always a pleasures to see you. continued good work and please come back soon. >> thanks very much. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: senator bernie sanders, everybody! we'll be right back with music with imagine dragons. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ when i look at you,
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