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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- senator cory booker. from "blade runner 2049" actress mackenzie davis. music from phoenix. featuring the 8g band with joe russo. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] that is great to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. vice president mike pence left the stadium before yesterday's game between the indianapolis colts and san francisco 49ers after several players on the 49ers kneeled in protest during the
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national anthem. wow, dude, if you're that easily offended, do not look to your right. [ laughter and applause ] you'll be shocked. before walking into the football game yesterday, vice president pence reportedly told his press pool to wait outside of the stadium in anticipation of a potential early departure. coincidentally "early departure" is the only form of birth control mike pence approves of. [ laughter and applause ] senator bob corker is continuing to escalate his feud with president trump, telling the "new york times" that trump is on the path to world war three. said trump, "i have bone spurs, i can't go to world war three, i have bone spurs in my foot. oh, you got to get me out of this. it's my right foot -- no my left -- it doesn't matter.
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i can't go -- my feet -- it's my feet! they're all wrong!" [ light laughter ] according to a new profile in the "new york times," white house aide stephen miller was reportedly hostile to latino students in high school. and they didn't have to dig too deep to find out. [ laughter and applause ] in an interview this morning, kellyanne conway defended vice president pence for walking out of an nfl game yesterday saying, "it takes a lot to get that man's blood boiling." "but boiling it takes all the flavor out," said eric. [ laughter and applause ] "don't ruin your blood!" a couple in maine won over six-hundred dollars and 12 cases of beer this weekend for winning the north american wife carrying championship. said the man, "what's wrong with you people? we need help!
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my wife broke her leg, stop giving us beer!" [ laughter and applause ] blackberry unveiled its new touch screen smartphone yesterday called "the motion." it's named after what people do when you try to give them one -- [ laughter ] oh, no. i want an iphone, no. and finally today was thanksgiving day in canada. of course -- yeah. [ cheers ] do you think that's the end of the joke? [ laughter ] do you think it's going to be a big 'ol positive? that's how these things work? "and that's all i have to say about that." [ laughter ] you should hear the setup. and finally today was -- it's not that bad -- it really isn't -- afterwards i'll poll all the canadians here to see if they think it's fair. and finally, today was thanksgiving day in canada. of course, in canada, every day
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is thanksgiving day. "thanks for the ticket officer!" "hey, thanks for speeding." [ laughter and applause ] we've got a great show for you tonight. [ cheers and applause ] he's u.s. senator from new jersey, cory booker is here, everybody. she's one of the stars of "blade runner 2049," mackenzie davis, a fantastic actress joining us. [ cheers and applause ] and one of my favorite bands, a french rock band, phoenix is here tonight, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] so, you're here on a good one. before we get to that, the trump administration spent the weekend whipping up racial tensions with a transparent political stunt, while the humanitarian crisis in puerto rico continues and the president engages in twitter battles with everyone from north korea to members of his own party. for more on this, it's time for "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: no matter what else is happening in the trump reality show, right now we cannot forget that over 3 million american citizens are still living through a humanitarian emergency
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in puerto rico. of course, trump would like you to think that he's devoting all of his attention to the crisis there, as he tried to show at an event for hispanic heritage month on friday with the way he pronounced puerto rico. >> we are also praying for the people of puerto rico. [ laughter ] we love puerto rico. [ laughter ] puerto rico. >> we love you! >> and we also love puerto rico. >> seth: there is a good chance he actually thinks those are two different things. [ laughter and applause ] "we love puerto rico and we also love puerto rico, which is of course pork with rice. [ laughter ] rico." of course, trump received a deluge of justified criticism from puerto ricans themselves when he chided them for the cost of their recovery and threw paper towels into a crowd of hurricane victims and in an interview on saturday with
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former arkansas director, mike huckabee, who of course is also the father of trump's own press secretary, sarah huckabee sanders. trump slammed the media for criticizing his paper towel toss by claiming that puerto ricans actually loved it. >> they had these beautiful soft towels, very good towels. and i came in and there was a crowd of a lot of people and they were screaming and they were loving everything. and we were -- i was having fun -- they were having fun. they said, "throw them to me! throw them to me, mr. pre --" and so i'm doing some of the -- >> seth: oh, my god. they were screaming "throw them to me" because they were in desperate need of supplies. [ laughter ] what is wrong with you? you're like a lifeguard who thinks he's popular because people keep yelling for a life preserver. [ laughter and applause ] also, did -- can i ask you something? [ cheers and applause ] did they love it? because look at this photo, that guy is looking at the photographer like, "are you getting this?" [ laughter ] and can we go back to the beginning of that clip for a second? >> they had these beautiful soft towels, very good towels. >> seth: trump has clearly never
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used or even touched a paper towel before. [ laughter and applause ] "these towels, they were incredible. usually when i spill something, i just use eric." [ laughter ] "let me be your sponge, father!" [ laughter and applause ] now -- [ cheers and applause ] now trump has in the past claimed that he invented the term, "fake news," which he did not. but as he continued to attack the media for criticizing his puerto rico response, on saturday he went even further, claiming that he, donald trump, came up with the word, "fake." >> the media is -- is really, the word -- i think one of the greatest of all terms i've come up with is "fake." i guess other people have used it perhaps over the years, but i've never noticed it. [ laughter and applause ] >> seth: i'm sorry, what? you never noticed anyone use the word "fake" before? you never heard anyone describe
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your hair, tan, university, foundation, network, marriages or business? [ laughter and applause ] i mean -- [ cheers and applause ] seriously. how have you never heard the word "fake?" for a while i thought he might be illiterate, maybe he's just deaf. [ laughter ] if you were secretly deaf, you would do this all the time -- [ laughter ] "how was your weekend, mr. president?" "we'll find out soon." [ laughter ] and yet despite trump's whining about the media coverage, the humanitarian crisis in puerto rico remains very real. millions of american citizens in puerto rico are still without water and power. so what were the leaders of our government up to this weekend? >> another nfl sunday featuring a political protest, not just by players, the veep left today's game between the colts and 49ers early. this after some players took a knee during the national anthem. >> i left today's colts game because the president and i will not dignify any event that
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disrespects our soldiers, our flag, or our national anthem. >> seth: players aren't protesting the flag, or the soldiers, or the anthem, they're protesting police brutality and racial injustice. anyone -- [ cheers and applause ] anyone who claims the protests are disrespecting soldiers, or the flag, or the anthem is -- i wish there was a word for it. >> one of the greatest of all terms i've -- i've come up with is, "fake." >> seth: oh, yeah, that is a good word. thank you for inventing it. [ laughter and applause ] now, pence claims he was genuinely offended and decided to leave when he saw the players kneeling, but very quickly it became clear that this was all a transparent political stunt orchestrated by trump and pence. for one thing, it was revealed that the reporters traveling with pence who would normally have gone into this stadium with him were told to stay in the van because there may be an early departure from the game. and then there's the fact that right after pence tweeted that he left the game, trump, who can't stand anyone else getting attention, jumped into the fray with his own tweet, "i asked v.p. pence to leave stadium if
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any players kneeled disrespecting our country. i am proud of him and second lady karen." so trump, who's supposed to be a media mastermind immediately went on twitter to publically admit that he and pence had orchestrated a political stunt at taxpayer expense. he's like a magician who finishes a trick and then goes, "i had an extra card up my sleeve, that's how i did it. that was how it was here the whole time. it didn't matter -- your card didn't matter, it was here." [ laughter and applause ] soon it turned out that basically everything about pence's stunt was fake. for example, on sunday pence tweeted a photo of himself and his wife in colts gear with the caption, "looking forward to cheering for our colts and honoring the great career of number eighteen, payton manning at lucas oil stadium today. go colts." which would have been convincing except for the fact that pence tweeted the exact same photo in 2014 when he was the governor of indiana. they are so bad at faking this. although, who knows, if there was ever a couple that would look the same in every picture, it would be mike and
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karen pence. [ laughter and applause ] "here we are at our wedding. and here's our honeymoon. and of course, the birth of our first child, that was a special day." yesterday was also a reminder that we can't get lost in the circus of donald trump and failed to properly evaluate mike pence. and this is serious, so i'm going to say it the way mike pence would -- "don't for one moment forget that even though he speaks softly with furrowed brow from a small, serious mouth. mike pence is a liar on equal footing with the president. they deliver their lives differently. the president fast and wild as though his mouth was a fire hose. [ laughter ] whereas mike pence lets them seep out slowly like a fart from a constipated man. [ laughter and applause ] and now i'd like to read psalm 23. when jesus said, 'keep the van running, i'm only going in for a publicity stunt.'" [ cheers and applause ]
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of course, even as he fans the flames in this controversy, trump continues to claim that he has bigger things to worry about. an argument he used in the interview with huckabee on saturday, when defending his many attempts to repeal and replace obamacare. although i'm not sure his argument made much sense. >> i want to focus on north korea. i want to focus on iran. i want to focus on other things. i don't want to focus on fixing somebody's back or their knee. >> seth: i'm sorry, but nobody wants you fixing their knee. waking up from surgery and seeing donald trump as your doctor would be an actual nightmare. [ laughter ] so trump says he wants to focus on north korea, but when he does, he only makes the situation worse, like on thursday when trump made this bizarre and cryptic comment, while taking photos with a group of military leaders at the white house. >> you guys know what this represents? >> tell us sir. >> we've reached the calm before the storm. >> what's the storm? >> could be -- the calm before the storm. >> what storm, mr. president?
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>> you'll find out. >> seth: you'll find out? when? next week on the series finale of "earth?" [ laughter and applause ] he's not even making sense anymore, he sounds like a drowsy toddler after oral surgery. he's going to have to start doing press conferences from the back of his mom's sedan. [ laughter ] "you will find -- you will find out soon." [ laughter ] no, obviously trump's rhetoric toward north korea has frightened a lot of people, including tennessee senator bob corker, a republican and chairman in the senate foreign relations committee who said he will not seek re-election next year. in a stunning comment, corker said last week that people around trump like defense secretary james mattis and secretary of state rex tillerson separate our country from chaos. and trump clearly did not like that remark. >> here's what the president tweeted, "senator bob corker begged me to endorse him for re-election in tennessee. i said, 'no' and he dropped out, said he could not win without my endorsement. he also wanted to be secretary of state. i said, 'no thanks.' he is also largely responsible
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for the horrendous iran deal, hence i would fully expect corker to be a negative voice and stand in the way of our great agenda." >> seth: you know, if our lives weren't hanging in the balance, nothing would make me happier than trump using "hence." [ light laughter ] it's like the scarier things are, the fancier he writes. i can't wait for trump's next tweet, "nuclear war that here to for was not an issue is underway. thus, i am off to bunker. cheerio!" [ laughter and applause ] now of course, it will not shock you to learn that trump's tweets were lies. it turns out it was trump who offered to endorse corker and asked him to run again. and corker, one of the tamest members of the senate was clearly annoyed with trump's tweets because he fired back on sunday morning, "it's a shame the white house has become an adult day care center. someone obviously missed their shift this morning." [ laughter and applause ] oh, snap! you got corked! that's the united states senator, a republican no less, straight up calling the president of the united states a baby. corker went even further in an interview telling the
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"new york times" that trump was treating his office like a reality show with reckless threats towards other countries that could set the nation on the path to world war three. but here is the thing, corker's criticism is important to hear, but let's not let him off the hook. he and the republican party not only allowed trump's rise, but actually encouraged it. corker even appeared with trump at a rally last year and in an interview, praised trump's campaign and his temperament. >> he is not like people think that he is. one of the most courteous, kind, respectful, you can see it throughout the trump organization. >> seth: "courteous, kind and respectful?" not even trump's best friends say that about him. [ laughter ] the nicest thing anyone who actually knows trump has said about him is, "he's a real son of a bitch, he thinks he invented the word, 'fake.'" [ laughter and applause ] but this is urgent, politicians in both parties are warning us that our president is volatile, unstable and incompetent. he's staging transparent political stunts to rile up his base while he recklessly mismanages everything from north korea's nuclear threat to the humanitarian crisis in "puerto rico."
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and also in "puerto rico." this has been, "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: we'll be right back with more "late night," everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: for more of seth's closer looks, be sure to subscribe to "late night" on youtube. hi, mr. powers, thanks for calling unitedhealthcare. hi, i need your help. i've been trying to find a knee specialist... but nobody has an opening for months! uuuggghhh!!! uuurrrggghhh!!! mr. powers? you can't always control your feelings... i found one in-network next tuesday. but choosing unitedhealthcare can help you control your care. thanks, stephanie. i see on your preventive checklist, you're due for a colonoscopy. it's covered at no additional cost to you. great! no green. unitedhealthcare
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>> seth: welcome back, everybody. this weekend, it was revealed that famous hollywood producer harvey weinstein has been sexually harassing women and then paying them to keep quiet about it. and as stunning as the allegations are, equally stunning was the apology that weinstein issued after the article was published. here to comment are three of our writers, amber, ally and jenny, everyone. [ cheers and applause ] >> hey, thank you for having us. seth, how did you feel when you heard the allegations? >> seth: i was disgusted and shocked. how did you feel? >> well, i was disgusted and not shocked. >> i was disgusted and shocked that it took this long to become a story. >> i was disgusted and shocked that people were shocked. [ laughter ] seth, we want to start by applauding the women who went on the record to detail harvey weinstein's terrible behavior. [ cheers and applause ] >> so far we know weinstein reached cash settlements with eight women. and where there are eight there are always more.
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>> and whatever details you hear, just know that means there are worse details we haven't heard. >> and the ones we have heard are terrible. one woman said harvey weinstein cornered her in a nightclub. and then, when she wouldn't kiss him, masturbated into a potted plant. [ audience groans ] >> and then the plant got a three picture deal. [ laughter ] also in his apology, he blamed disrespect of women on growing up in the '60s and '70s, which would be a good excuse if he came to the present via time machine. >> yeah, did he not notice things have been changing over the past 50 years? >> does he lose his [ bleep ] every time he sees a microwave? that man just made popcorn without a flame. [ laughter ] >> to make matters worse, he said he was going to go after the nra and trump as if our shared politics makes his sexual assault okay. >> hey, i saw a guy masturbate into a plant. >> oh, no! >> oh, no! >> but it was okay because he was wearing a planned parenthood button. >> cool!
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>> oh, he's a feminist! >> cool. >> when he got busted, weinstein said, "to make up for it, i'm starting a scholarship for women directors." that's just him being around more women. that's not the solution, that's the problem. [ laughter ] that's like jared from subway saying, "i know i messed up, but don't worry, i'm starting a tee ball league." [ laughter ] >> you know who else is sexually harassing women every day? unpowerful men like bus drivers. >> and hot dog vendors. and improv coaches. >> and improv coaches. [ light laughter ] >> every woman in the american workforce has been harassed at some point, whether it's physical harassment or a passing inappropriate comment. this is something women deal with every day. >> which is why while we weren't shocked by weinstein's action's, the women on our staff had some pretty strong reactions to his apology. take a look. >> i came of age in the '60s and '70s when all the rules about behavior in workplaces were different. [ spitting ] >> i so respect all women. [ sigh ] >> i've decided i'm going to give the nra my full attention.
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[ breaking glass ] [ yelling ] >> he compared himself to jay-z? [ spitting ] [ laughter ] [ breaking ] >> he said that was the culture then. [ spitting ] >> he said that was the culture then. [ spitting ] >> don't drink that. >> he said it was the culture back then. [ spitting ] [ light laughter ] >> sorry. [ laughter and applause ] >> seth: obviously that was awful but harassment's clearly a huge problem in our society. do you guys have any thoughts on how to change that? >> yeah, sexual harassment training. >> yeah, believing women when they come forward with complaints. >> also, men could just stop being such [ bleep ] creeps. >> oh!
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>> that! do that! that is a great idea. [ cheers and applause ] >> you should write down. someone should write that down. [ cheers and applause ] >> and you know, the worst part is nothing's going to happen to harvey weinstein. as shocking as these allegations are, the real shocking thing would be if there were any repercussions for his actions. >> seth: oh, well, actually, guys, it was just announced yesterday by the board of the weinstein company that he has been fired. [ laughter ] >> that's amazing. [ talking over each other ] >> seth: amber, ally and jenny, everyone! we'll be right back with more with senator cory booker! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ this is google home mini. it's got the google assistant in it. so it's super helpful. watch this, hey google good morning. google home: good morning, claire. it's 72 and sunny. don't forget to wear some sunscreen. oh, that's nice. it'll also read you the news, look up traffic and tell you... gh: your first meeting is at 9am. and you know how sometimes you're in bed and you can't get out of it until you hear that one song that - gh: ok, playing your "get out of bed" playlist. [song plays]
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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 on drums, he's played with phil lesh and bob weir as well as one of my favorite vocalists, craig finn. he's currently in the midst of a sold out six-night run at brooklyn bowl with his own group, joe russo's almost dead, joe russo, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much for being here. >> thanks a lot, seth. >> seth: our first guest tonight is a united states senator representing new jersey, please
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welcome to the show senator cory booker, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome. >> it's good to be here. >> seth: i'm very happy to have you here. >> i'm really grateful that you invited me. >> seth: now before you were a senator -- >> yes. >> seth: you were a mayor. >> i was. >> seth: and i would imagine that once you become senator, all of a sudden the breath of what you need to know gets so much larger. for example, a mayor of newark doesn't need to know foreign policy. >> i had a lot of problems with my international house of pancakes. >> seth: yeah, exactly. >> i did -- >> seth: and so what was it like when you first had to sort of undertake the learning about things that are so important? >> i mean you -- even before i got in the office, i called around from literally active generals to foreign policy experts, but it's never like the first time you have to deal with a real issue. and i'll never forget, the first time i was invited to the situation room, it was the vice president, biden, was meeting with us. and i was all awkward, i think
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it was my first days, literally there. and i'm excited this is -- i still can't believe i'm here. >> seth: yeah, you're a senator now. you're in the situation room. that's a big deal. >> it is a big deal. my mom always says behind every successful child is an astonished parent. and -- >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> and this is one of the moments i'm astonished. i'm sitting there and the vice president is ridiculously late, and we're all just sitting there awkwardly -- awkwardly. and it was one of the best moments for me because there is al franken and one of our other senate colleagues asked him, "well, who was ever the worst guest on 'saturday night live?'" [ light laughter ] and before you know it, here i am sort of awkward, sitting there, intense and ready. and al franken who is one of the more brilliant senators, in the united states senate. he's incredibly talented, gifted. >> seth: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> but he -- but he's also wickedly funny. >> seth: yeah. he likes to tell a story too. >> he had us -- he had me literally fighting back the tears laughing so hard as i'm sitting there. and then the vice president comes in and we get going. but look, it's -- it is, regardless of what you think about partisan politics whatever, walking on to that senator floor, especially for me, most americans don't know,
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we haven't had that many african-americans that have served in the senate, i'm the fourth african-american popularly elected into the united states senate. >> seth: wow. [ cheers and applause ] >> so i never -- i never lose my sense of gratitude to new jersey nor my sense of history of what it means to walk on that floor everyday that i do. >> seth: you obviously walk on that floor with colleagues on both sides of the aisle. we mentioned earlier in the show, one of your colleagues, senator bob corker, he is retiring and it seems like when senators retire, don't take this personally, they get a little bit more honest. and so he used this opportunity to say that donald trump, you know, is adult daycare, requiring of adult daycare. that he might be starting world war three. when you hear those comments, do you sort of nod your head and say, oh that's what we're thinking on this side of the aisle, or are you sort of shocked that it's even happening? >> well, first of all this isn't new to -- i mean this one of the worst kept secrets in washington that republicans and democrats are very worried about the person that's sitting in the white house. and literally during the
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confirm -- i mean i voted against most of donald trump's appointees. you know, from -- [ cheers and applause ] you know, jeff sessions, pruitt, devos. these are people that had me really concerned. but you've got a guy like general mattis, and the conversations surrounding that were let's make sure we put the secretary of defense, somebody that we can all rely on to try to be a bulwark, a wall between donald trump and disaster. >> seth: it seems that's an unfair thing to ask of the people that keep getting mentioned as the ones who are supposed to save us from danger. because it seems like being the secretary of defense or the secretary of the state, those jobs are hard enough without also having to keep an eye on the president not ruining everything all the time. [ laughter ] >> look, and obviously this is a comedy show, but this really -- >> seth: sometimes. [ light laughter ] >> on a good night. >> seth: in and out. >> on a good night. on a good night. >> seth: yeah, yeah. >> but i'm very concerned right now.
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i mean we have crises all over the planet earth. serious things. we've lost some soldiers last week in niger. and there are hot spots from the ukraine to syria to nigeria. i mean you can go through the challenges. and we're in a really bad spot. not only have we had our secretary of state, who should be the leader of diplomacy, but you have an administration who has been savagely cutting diplomacy, even just funding the kind of things that help keep regions stable. donald trump's willingness to speak in a manner about nuclear war, that is to me terrifying, frankly, about the consequences of someone who decides to conduct foreign policy that way. we -- and i mean when we -- i'm on the foreign relations committee with senator corker. i've been grateful for senator corker's leadership in trying to keep us together in a bipartisan way to push back against the white house. so we have work to do, this is not -- this is a very serious reality, especially with the
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important role the united states has been playing in stabilizing regions with high instability, in dealing with global terrorism. we've been a very good leader and right now it seems that we're pulling back and operating in a manner that has our allies -- i just recently met with some ambassadors from various countries that we're allied with. this is a very perilous time, and all americans, not just should be joking about it, but we should be concerned where -- in the state we are. and i don't think patriotism, right? i would like to see people on both sides of the aisle, not just talking about this, i think we all need to be doing more about this. >> seth: i want to ask as well about -- [ cheers and applause ] you coming from newark and being a mayor, were you actually connected, i think, you know to a place more than senators can be sometimes, because they're in and out. you were just in -- you were in newark. you were living and breathing in newark, and gun control, you just cosponsored a bill to ban bump stocks. but i think your experience in newark is that handguns are
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still the biggest issue when it comes to gun control. what are the steps, as someone who actually, you know, lived in a city where that was an issue, that you think we could take as a nation? >> well i very proudly still live in newark, and i live in the central ward of the city. it's a low income community. and we deal with these realities. in fact, this tragedy -- what happened in las vegas, my mom was in vegas, it's a terrible tragedy and it should grieve us all. but in addition to that, though in the aggregate, every single day in america, we have a mass shooting in the aggregate. and communities like mine, you know, right around the time that we had this shooting, horrific shooting, in fact one of our congress people got seriously wounded, there was a shooting on my block, literally across the street from where i live. so this is something we americans, millions of us deal every single day with high levels of violence. and what i found in newark is, it's actually not law abiding citizens that are -- that are doing these shootings. they are criminals who so easily in this climate can easily get
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their hands on guns. and so when you have these massive loopholes in the law, that democrats and republicans, gun owners and non-gun owners, all think -- in fact over 80% of gun owners think it's crazy that we live in a nation where a suspected terrorist can go to a gun show and fill up a trunk full of weapons by using -- exploiting the terrorist loophole. the overwhelming majority of americans think we should do something about it. congress has not acted and this is outrageous and we should rightfully point out the nra. but please understand that who -- we in america, we forget the power that we that have to make change. you know the civil rights movement, we didn't get civil rights legislation because strom thurmond sat there and said, okay, yeah. i'm going to do that. i'm going to give equal rights to folks. no, it was americans demanding it, fighting for it, getting up every single day. the opposite of injustice -- of justice is not injustice. it's indifference, it's inaction. and we as americans who believe this passionately, have to get engaged, now have to start
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pressuring, have to start pushing, have to start fighting, or else we're gonna -- i fear we're going to see this continuing on a daily basis, dozens and dozens of americans punctuated by these mass shootings. it's gonna continue to happen 'til we stop it from happening and passed reasonable gun safety legislation in our country. >> seth: well best of luck. [ cheers and applause ] i'm pulling for you there. thanks you so much for being here. >> thank you. thank you. >> seth: senator cory booker, everybody. we'll be right back with mackenzie davis. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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>> it's a tree. >> oh, i've never seen a tree before. it's pretty. >> it's dead. >> seth: please welcome to the show mackenzie davis, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: hi! >> hi. >> seth: congratulations on "blade runner." you were a fan of the first "blade runner?" >> i was a huge fan of the first "blade runner" yeah. >> seth: what was your experience in watching "blade runner" for the first time? >> i watched it in -- i was older when i watched it. i wasn't raised on it the way some parents raise their children on these -- >> seth: it might not be the best movie to raise your kids on. [ laughter ] >> i know, but i feel like there's some like canonical movies that families are raised on but i watched in university in the basement of this disgusting house i was living in, and just felt so, like, "ugh, i want to be in that world." >> seth: oh, so you immediately were drawn into that world of "blade runner?"
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>> yeah, it's the coolest thing in the world. >> seth: these sets for this film including the clip we just saw are stunning. by the way, your hat is great. >> oh, my god, thank you. >> seth: it's a fantastic hat. >> thank you, thank you. [ light laughter ] >> seth: i hope you -- >> not enough gets said about the hat. >> seth: yeah, i hop you got to keep the hat because -- >> they did not let me touch it. >> seth: oh, that's such a shame. it brings your whole everything together. >> thank you, thank you. [ laughter ] >> seth: but the sets -- sometimes you go on movie sets and they're so much less stunning than they look on camera. >> yeah, they're such a disappointment. >> seth: was this one a disappointment? >> no, it was like a full 360 degrees. everything was practical, like, you could touch every thing and open things. which is so exciting. [ laughter ] >> seth: you -- >> i just like seeing what's in things. >> seth: yeah. that's great -- everybody says about you, you love drawers. [ laughter ] >> cupboards. >> seth: yeah, all of them. >> like, boxes with a lid. no, it was like stepping into a cell of a movie. it was so cool. it was really -- it's like the closest thing to being five-years-old imagining what it's like to be in a movie is being on those sets. >> seth: that is so great. it's such a -- obviously a fantastic sci-fi film.
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you were also -- "black mirror," which is an incredible, i guess you could say sci-fi show but it's very -- it's grounded so much more, i feel, in reality. >> yeah. >> seth: strangely, because your episode is not really based on reality but it's played very real which is "san junipero" which, for my money, was the best hour of television last year because, it was just stunning. [ cheers and applause ] >> cool! thank you. >> seth: it was really cool. and you know, for me, you know, this is the third season of the show. which is the first one that's on netflix. i always thought it was a show very few people watched, certainly here in the states. were you surprised at the feedback you got from that? >> yeah, i mean it's heard to calculate what people watch. it was a really big deal to me and my friends and to a lot of people. but it always felt sort of something that was, like, black market television. >> seth: yeah. >> do you know about "black mirror?" >> seth: yeah, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] that's how you, like, suss out if people were cool. >> yeah, exactly, yeah. >> seth: yeah. >> and so, i think this year it became such a bigger thing than we were anticipating, but it was -- it was so cool. >> seth: and arguably the only "black mirror" that has a happy ending. >> yeah, that's right. >> seth: and even that, it's not the happiest ending, but it's
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pretty happy. >> but it's not like soul wrenching. >> seth: yeah. >> yeah. >> seth: it's not, "oh, the robots won." >> yeah, you're like, "oh, everything's bad here." >> seth: yeah, everything's bad. okay, cool. and then, i also want to ask about "halt and catch fire." congratulations on that wonderful show, as well. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: you -- >> anybody who watches -- >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] "halt and catch fire." [ light laughter ] but you -- so you play a coder on the show. >> mm-hmm. >> seth: but that is not the skill you had to learn in order to execute the part. you didn't actually have to learn coding as much as you had to learn how to type? >> no, i was probably suggested that i learn how to type. >> seth: got it. >> i did not. >> seth: okay. [ laughter ] >> as any keen viewer will know. [ laughter ] >> seth: because, there's a lot -- >> i do not know how type. >> seth: you do a lot of, like, fast typing on the show. >> yeah, a lot of that. >> seth: oh, okay, gotcha. >> yeah. >> seth: did you not have any typing education? >> no, well, my parents bought my sister and i this game "mario typing tutor" when we were little. >> seth: yeah. >> and it was like mario -- you save the princess -- >> seth: from, like, mario and luigi, mario. >> yeah, mario, yeah. >> seth: oh, yeah -- >> sorry -- [ laughter ] i wasn't pronouncing it right. >> seth: i was like, "who are
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talking about? oh, thank you, mario." >> yeah. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> mario. >> seth: let's go over to the keyboard. [ laughter ] [ inaudible ] >> finger! >> seth: that, i have to say -- >> yes! >> seth: you actually brought this which is great because i did not -- this was a -- [ laughter ] i'm guessing -- >> that one's the one i had, the other one. >> seth: this one, this one. >> yeah. >> seth: which is also -- won an award recently for nintendo's least popular game. [ laughter ] >> well, and also it's fatal flaw is that, like, it's competitive and especially if you're playing with a sibling you want to be the one who wins. and the easiest way to win is not to use all five fingers because that's hard. >> seth: oh, i see. >> so i never learned -- >> seth: so you learned to hunt and peck. >> i'm, like, all-time high scorer. but just never -- >> seth: gotcha. >> actually learned the skill. >> seth: so, yeah. [ laughter ] so you do -- you can do, like, 2,000 words a minute, but only words like mushroom, dragon, princess. >> yeah, exactly. [ laughter ] kart, go, left, left, left. [ laughter ] >> seth: well, congratulations on everything. >> thank you. >> seth: it's so lovely to meet you. i'm such a fan. >> me too. >> seth: thanks for being here. >> thank you. >> seth: mackenzie davis,
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: our next guests kick off their north american tour tomorrow night in columbus, ohio.
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here to perform "telefono," from their fantastic album "ti amo," give it up for phoenix everybody. [ cheers and applause ] [ ringing ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ pronto si come va a hollywood oh you're staying a little longer ♪ ♪ well i thought you'd be done by september non posso vivere troppo bisogno di te ♪ ♪ wish you decided to stay we're too far we're too far away
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vivere ♪ ♪ guarda, guarda intorno a te yeah i'm just calling to say ♪ ♪ no how can i sleep when you're wide awake frutti di mare right beside me ♪ ♪ watch the ocean with you innamorato agitato ♪ ♪ watch her movie debut i painted the house i bought the sheets you liked on that ♪ ♪ trip when we went to rome oh and i got a motorboat for the summer in case you're done ♪ ♪ early or if you plan to visit but wait do you plan to visit ♪ ♪ non posso vivere troppo bisogno di te wish you decided to stay we're too far ♪ ♪ we're too far away
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vivere guarda, guarda intorno a te ♪ ♪ yeah i'm just calling to say no how can i sleep when you're ♪ ♪ wide awake frutti di mare right beside me watch the ocean with you ♪ ♪ innamorato agitato watch her movie debut i wish you'd call ♪ ♪ from set i wish i didn't get upset who's that guy ♪ ♪ you hang out with is he the lead or just an extra instead of calling ♪ ♪ please ritorna a me how can i sleep when you're wide awake non posso vivere ♪ ♪ troppo bisogno di te wish you decided to stay
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we're too far we're too far away ♪ ♪ vivere guarda, guarda intorno a te yeah i'm just ♪ ♪ calling to say oh how can i sleep when you're wide awake telefono ♪ ♪ ringing for me can i tell you i dream in stereo and in a studio ♪ ♪ far far away i might lose you to some executive telefono ♪ ♪ ringing for me can i tell you i dream in stereo and in a studio ♪ ♪ far far away i'm here solo in passoscuro ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: phoenix everyone! the album "ti amo" is out now. for tour dates go to
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[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: my thanks to senator cory booker, mackenzie davis, phoenix, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] joe russo and the 8g band. stay tuned for "carson daly." we'll see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ >> carson: hey, welcome to "last call." i'm carson daly. tonight, we are hanging out here at the hilton hotel in universal city for our show. ng up tonight, emmy-nomin a


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