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♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ fr >> announcer: 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with th meyers." tonight -- rhea perlman, from "the view," co-host meghan mccain, music from a r i z o n a, featuring the 8g band with phillip "fish" fisher. ♪ [ 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 ] wonderful. here, in that case, let's get to the news. first lady, melania trump today celebrated the one-year anniversary of her be campaign, which means they've gone a whole year without
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realizing it should be called, . be the bes [ laughter ] be best sounds like the hulk doing affirmations in the mirr. [ laughter ] be best. be gratitude. be mindfulne. [ laughter ] president trump this weekend retweeted a post suggesting that he have two years added to his term in order to make up for the time taken up by the russia investigation. and to make up for the time he's spent playing golf he'll need at least an additional decade. [ laughter ]se tor elizabeth warren gave a speech at the capitol today to call for president trump's impeachment. okay, whether you agree with her or not, elizabeth warren has been making move after move. everyone else is speg in vague generalities and elizabeth warren is like, we're going to impeach the president. here's my student debtlan. and also i lightened up that super dark episode of "game of thrones." [ laughter ] [ applause ] just use imovie.
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the met gala was last night,nd singer katy perry wore a hamburger suit with a toothpick hat. [ laughter ] said trump, oh my god, it's the perfect woman. [ laughter ] according -- but lose the toothpick, i'm not that fancy. [ laughter ] according to "bloomberg," apple has begun testing a new feature that would allow users to swipe across letters on the keyboard in one sgular motion to type out words. it's really helpful when you're trying to type out words like qwerty or asdfghjkl. [ laughter ] hbo has digitally removed a enffee cup that was mistak left in a scene from sunday's episodof "game of thrones." well, technically they just covered it up. [ laughter ] authorities in virginia are searching for a man who broke tto eight different chinese restaurants over days. so, please notify authorities if you see someone holding this fortune.
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[ laughter ] facebook will begin testing out a new fact checking feature on inagram this week that wil flag posts that may promote false content. anapparently, no, jessica didn't just wake up like this. [ laughter ] we're on to you, jessica. [ laughter ] starbucks will be offering re-useable cold drink cups this summer that will change color. their customers on the other hand, won't. [ laughter ] [ audience oohs ] [ applause ] and finally, a u.n. report warned this week that 1 million species are threatened with extinction because of human activity, most notably climate change. but secretary of state mike pompeo sees an upside. he said in a speech that steady reductions in sea ice are opening new passageways and new opportunities for trade. this could pentially slash the time it takes to travel between asia and the west by as much as 20 ds.
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which brings us to a segment we call, "hey!" ♪ [ cheers and applause ] rey! the polar ice capselting, and you're excited about new trade routes? that's like being excited that your house burned down because e now you cayour pool from the driveway. [ laughter ] and hey, who gets excited aboutt new trade ? are you secretary of state or cornelius vanderbilt? what is this, the 1500's? are we still looking for new spices? [ laughter ] cause i'm pret sure we found all the spices. we have a spice called allspice. [ laughter ] what, is 11 not enough for your boss? [ laughter and applause ] also, hey, hey. aren't trade routes more of an issue for the secretary of commerce, but wilbur ross looks so old, probably misses the days when the fastest way from asia to north america was by land bridge. [ laughter ]
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first stop for pangaea comedy. [ laughter ]op and hey, hg for a disaster so you can make money off it isn't a plan for climate change, it's literally the plot of "the producers." [ laughter ] you're trying to pull a max bialystock on climate change. ♪ it's springtime for everyone all of the time ♪ and hey, your boss called climate change a chinese hoax, remember?yo can't just turn around and say it's not a hoax, but good news, we could make money off it. what's next, we're going to see trump on q, selling urban canoes? [ laughter ] this has been, "hey!" ♪ [ cheers and applause ]ea we have a grshow for you tonight. her very funny new comedy "poms" opens this weekend in theaters nationwide. she's a legend, rhea perlman is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] she is one of the co-hosts on abc's "the view."
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meghan mccain is stopping by. looking forward to talking to her. [ cheers and applause ] and we have music from a fantastic band. arizona is here tonight, everybody. so you're here for a good onpp [ cheers anduse ] now, whenever donald trump holds a press conference, his rambling, nonsensical answers raise more questions than they answer. so we decided to hold another one right here, right now. that's right, donald trump and the "late night" press corps are here in studio and ready to go. so without further ado's time for the "late night" white house press conference. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> set yes, mr. president. mr. president, over here.mr president. yes, mr. president, you walked by the podium. mr. president. thank you, seth meyers, "late night with seth meyers." president trump -- oh i just realized i forgot my pen. can i borrow yours? >> they all want the pen.ca n you believe these people?
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should i give it to him? [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: hey, nice throw. [ cheers and applause ] you know, you got quite an arm. ughter ] on to my questions, the mueller report claimed that you fired former f.b.i. director ry james comey tond stop the russia investigation. why were you so scared of him? >> he's so big. [ laughter ] >> seth: i heard they bought you a treadmill to use when you moved into the white house. how has that been working out? >> it's never been used. brand new. [ laughter ] >> seth: how many porn stars have you slept with? >> more than any other president except one. >> seth: oh, except e? well, which one? >> you know who the one is? take a guess. george washington. [ laughter ]
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>> seth: you're saying that george washington slept with more porn stars than you? >> can you believe that? boy, oh boy. >> seth: what does melania say when you tell her you love her? >> thank you. [ laughter ] >> seth:r. president, when you have championship teams at the white house, you tend to serve them fast food. where do all the leftover burgers go? in >> back to me he oval office where i will dispose of it. [ laughter ] >> seth: what did you think about the new "avengers" movie? t>> it went on so long, are wasn't a thing could you do about it. [ laughter ] >> seth: what's mike pence's biggest fear? >> a back door attack. ] [ laughter [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: how would you describe your tweets? >> early warning signs of mental
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illness. [ laughter ] >> seth: can i ask one question? w do they cut your hair? >> with a knife, viciously and violently. [ laughter ] >> seth: at the end of the day, what does it say on your fitbit? >> that's step one. [ laughter ] k >> seth: iw, one thing you and i have in common, we love our disney movies.pr mr. ident, what gives dumbo the ability to fly? >> it is the spirit th lives in each and every one of you. [ laughter ] >> seth: that was really beautiful. y at did your physician saen he squeezed your belly? >> this is surplus. this is extra. we don't need it. [ laughter ]>> eth: is it true that your son, eric, picks his nose and saves all his boogers in a jar? >> he named every one of them. [ ughter ] [ applause ]
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>> seth: what happens when you're on a see-saw? >> it's not going anywhere. [ laughter ] >> seth: what did you say when you found out you had erectile t dysfn? >> happy birthday, melania. [ laughter and applause ] >> seth: let's have a little bit of fun. i've got a riddle for you, okay? why did the pony take a throat lozenge? >> why? >> seth: because he was a little horse. [ laughter ] you know, little horse. >> nobody gets it. i don't get it. laughter ] >> seth: you know, a pony is a little horse. and your throat can be hoarse. [ laughter ] so, we're almost out of time, si i'd like to fi with a question i always ask, how's your penis?
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>> it's in bad shape, but it's structurally sound. >> seth: well, looks like we're out of time, so on behalf of the rest of the "late night" press corps, have a good night. we'll be right back with rhea perlman. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ everybody has a great story to tell, and our job as producers is to help pull that story out. my name is taylor, and i am a producer for tv and podcasts.od the whole pruction is on my surface laptop. it's very powerfuyo and just speeds up ur whole day. i always have at least 4 or 5 programs open on my computer. do need to be able to work everywhere. 16+ hour days are pretty common, so i need a long battery life. it feels weird to be on this side of the camera for sure.
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>> seth: welcome back everybody, and give it upor the 8g band right over there. back with us tonight on drums, he's a founding member of the wlegendary band fishbone,'re about to launch a summer tour with george clinton and parliament funkadelic. for more information, follow him on instagram @phdfish and his website, phildfish.com phillip "fish" fisher, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] our first guest tonight is a four time emmy award wning actress, you know from her work on "cheers" and "the mindy project," and films like "matilda." she stars alongside diane keaton in "poms," which opens in theaters friday. let's take a look. ♪ >> oh god, that was fast, wasn't it? >> a ltle too fast, if you ask me. >> he confused his meds, i'm sure. alice didn't want to kill him. >> well, she always wanted to be a cheerleader. >> oh come on. the woman is devastated. and i'm sure it was the last thing that was on her mind.
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>> seeou at practice. >> seth: please welcome to the show rhea perlman, everyone. la [ cheers and appe ] ♪ ♪ ♪ >> seth: welcome to the show. >> thank you. >> seth: i am delighted to have you here. >> it's so good to be here. >> seth: this is a lot of fun. this is a wonderful cast. you play a group of senior women who start a cheerleading team? >> yes, in a senior living center. >> seth: that's wonderful. >> yeah, yeah. >> seth: and you also had to do routines in front of a high school. >> that was really -- was terrifying. [ light laughter ] i mean, we walked into that place, right? >> seth: yeah, of course. >> a real gyin a real high school. and there were -- there was people who compete like it
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should be -- really, it shld be an olympic sport. >> seth: yeah. >> cause they're doing, like -- >> seth: yes, what they so is incredible. >> major gymnastics with flips and pyramids up in the air and everything. and we're coming in and we're doing sically, like, dance routines. like -- [ laughter ] it's like, "huh?" but it was really cool. >> seth: did you have -- was this a skill set of yours at all coming into this? >> well, i was not a cheerleader. >> seth: okay. were you anything in high school? did yo >> was i anything in high school? [ laug>>er ] seth: were you anything? >> i was a few things. [ laughter ] yeah, well, you know, like, cheerleaders were the coolest, right? >> seth: sure. >> and then there were the twirlers who did the batons. and if you didn't t into either of those, you could try out for the boosters. which are kind of, like, in the background of the cheerleaders. >> okay. >> i didn't get into that either. >> seth: wow. [ laughter ] >> i did really, really, want one of those jacts. >> seth: right. >> that is said lafayette high school something. so i sold tickets to the games, and that made me a go getter. >> seth: oh, wow! [ laughter ]
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a go getter.ap [ ause ] >> yeah, i worked out of this tiny -- >> seth: that is -- y >> could be one too. >> seth: yeah. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> seth: you know, only when you owsaid it then i realize, yeah. go getter is really faint phrase." it's like, "you're a real go getter." >> yeah. >> seth: you went to high -- you grew up in new york? >> in new york, in brooklyn. >> seth: in brooklyn. in coney island. >> i w born in coney island. >> seth: yeah. >> yes. i've lived there for three years, and then moved to bensonhurst which is only a couple of miles away -- >> seth: yeah. >> -- from coney island. and, yeah, i grew up there. it was, you know, very brooklyno childh we spent every weekend at the beach anyway. in coney island, my grandmother lived there. >> seth: uh-huh. >> and we, you know, there would be fireworks every tuesday night. >> seth: that's fantastic. >> you know, the hot, big sandy beaches where you had to walk from blanket to blanket so your feet didn't burn. [ laughter ] it was like, yeah. s >>h: what is -- and when you were in high school, was it --
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is this what you expected yourself to be an actor?u did yo from the -- what did you think? >> well, you know what, i did find acting in junior high school and high school, but nobody was going to be an actor from my neighborhood. [ laughter ] mean, nobody -- i mean, it wasn't even in the -- you know, it wasn't -- nobody thought of it. a -- >> seth:nd if it was going to be anybody, it certainly wasn't going to be the in getter selltickets. you know? [ laughter ] >> you're so right about that. >> seth: you really showed up those cheerleaders i'm really happy about how this worked out. you got them. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah, and i was going to be a teacher. i was going to be a teacher. >> seth: yeah. o and, you know, which i did, you know, i went tllege. and nobody even left brooklyn to go to college. l well, wet brooklyn. i went to hunter college, and then hunter college in the bronx. cause it's a little further from brooklyn. [ la which made me feel like i went away to school. >> seth: right, exactly. >> so -- >> seth: you studied abroad in the bronx. [ laidhter ] >> i d
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>> seth: is it true that you had a job -- i'm always fascinated by the jobs that actors have early in their career to pay the bills. one, you worked in the rainbow room right upstairs? >> on, i did. >> seth: wow, you were -- what were you doing up there? >> well, it was a very short lived ob. >> seth:y. [ laughter ] >> yes, i was a waitress. >> seth: uh-huh. >> you know, and was the lunch shift.to and you had rain really hard for that job because that was, you know, big shot clients came in there for lunch you know, the view of everything. you know the -- it's amazing. so you would get a tray, and people would be stationed watching this happen all the way up three flights of chairs -- oh, sorry. three flights of sirs. >> seth: yea. >> thank you you'd have to carry this tray like this. even though you were just walking upstairs in the back where nobody -- you know, you couldn't carry it like that. >> seth: yeah. >> so, i did all that, and i, for some reason, was the waitress on this table that was at the way back in the corner
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with the best views, was david rockefeller's table. >> seth: oh, that's -- >> where he had many friends. >> seth: yeah. >> for lunch. >> seth: i mean, you don't want to be in rockefeller centhr, and get rockefeller table. [ laughter ] >> no, you really don't. >> seth: that's a lot of pressure. >> you really doh.t. >> seth: y >> and i was -- so, i made it up the three flights, and then i had to get to the back of the room. and my arm is going like -- my arm is just going like that.co and i dn't -- people were -- and i can't even go like this. i can't do anything. i made it all the way to the table and then the whole tray went everywhere. [ laughter ] [ audience ohs ] everywhere. seriously. uth, i l tell you the don't remember leaving that place cause it was like someone took me by the back of my uniform. [ laughter ] i'm lucky i dn't land down on the ground, you know? throw me out the window. like -- >> seth: you also -- is it true you had a job where you would erase pencil marks in textbooks?
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>> yeah. and even pen. >> seth: and pen. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> seth: and what e s the purpos the erasing? >> well, i don't know. i just got paid to do it. [ laughter ] i think they reissued those books. >> seth: oh, i see. so, yeah. >> you know, and, yoow, but you want them to look just erased, not -- >> seth: yeah. i mean, that sounds tedious. [ light laughter ] >> it was tedious, but it paid really well -- >> seth: yeah. >> -- compared to, like, offbroadway. >> seth: and then -- you -- we got to pay our actors more. >> yes. >> seth: yeah. was --ere ever any time where over the purposes of erasing things textbooks you felt like you were picking up any secondary education from doing it? or --o. >> oh, n >> seth: yeah. >> no, i don't think i ever read one of them before. >> seth: your dad was in the toy business? >> yeah, yeah. >> seth: okay. >> and, like, he worked at a factory. he managed a ftory that the rst one was the corona hat company, because they made doll's hats and cowboy hats for kids. felt hats and straw -- things
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for -- out of straw and felt. an. so that was really cool and then later on that folded, that factory. tsd so he worked at this place called dolls par which sold dolls parts. >> seth: uh-huh. >> for -- [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah, they were probably so psyched the name was available. >> oh my god, yeah., and you knowr people who restored old dolls. and we would come in, me and my sister. danny was even in there. >> seth: this is danny devito? >> yes. >> seth: yeah. >> danny devito. >> seth: wow. >> you know. ooh.n' i doknow if that was good or bad. [ laughter ] and, you know, they'd -- he'd have arms, eyeballs, legs, torsos, you know. >> seth: yeah. >> just random. and we'd, like, just go pick a few here and there. you know, and i don't know wha we did -- >> seth: what would you -- yeah, i was going to say, what do you do with a loose doll's eye? [ laughter ] >> well, it was halloween. amd then -- danny always made ir these little movies. >> seth: okay. >> so they appeared. >> seth: oh, that's -- >> they had appearances. >> seth: i bet not in the way
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the doll maker intended? >> never. [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. you -- your dad then on "cheers," he to be -- late in life, he got to be an extra on "cheers," right? >> he was an extra, t t then he gones. >> seth: he got lines. >> yeah, because -- >> seth: and he was one of the -- just the bar flies? >> he was phil. >> seth: oh, wow. >> his name is phil. and he was phil. and on the last -- at least four or five -- four year so -- yeah, we got a lot of interactions.to i got hrow water in my dad's face. >> seth: wow. [ laughter ] [ cheers ] wonderful. >> i love him. >> seth: did you -- were you ever -- were you nervous when he was on set with a line on his behalf? or were you just always havey to im around? >> i was thrilled. >> seth: yeah. >> it was so much fun. and he -- it was always his dream, really. >> seth: yeah. >> and he'd been in many movies. many.ld like, he wouave one line, like, you know? and then my sister, who's a writer, heidi, she also had shows on tv. and she would always put him -- so, a lot of people put him to work.
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>> seth: that's wonderful. >> seah, yeah. >>h: so, you worked 11 years of "cheers." you were nominated for ten emmy's. you won four emmys. >> yeah. which is fantastic. [ cheers and applause ] each one very well deserved. when you -- when you had that muchuccess with emmys -- do you know where they are? do you have them on display? >> i haven't got a clue where . they are [ laughter ] i used to know where they were, but we moved. >> seth: yeah. >> so you know, i know -- an now i know one is at paramount. >> seth: okay. >> cause they askein they could borrow it 20 years ago. and i -- [ laughter ] for a display. >> seth: and you trusted a hollywood studio. yeah. >> you know, what's wrong with me. and the other -- i'll find them. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> i'll find >> seth: i know you know where this guy is. you have a dog named zoro? >> oh yeah, i do. >> seth: here he is. you dressed him up, obviously? >> oh no, not me. [ audience aws ] >> seth: no, not you. >> no. >> seth: he does iughimself? [ laer ] >> he picks out his own clothes. the muse of my kids at 's like
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christmas. seth: yeah, that's a pretty good one there. [ laughter ] o his mug shot. see, the rice cake is cause rice cakes are his treat. >> seth: oh, i got you. >> like, that's what he has instead of dog biscuits. he eats, like, little bits of rice cake. >> seth: got you. i mean, it's really beautiful. >> thank you, thank you. [ light laughter ] yes. >> seth: what's this one here? what's that? >> baglan. >> seth: okay. oh, it's a bhagwan. from wild, wild country? >> yeah. >> seth: oh, that's fantastic. >> he's a guru. >> seth: he looks like a guy that would have followers. >> yeah. >> seth: yeah. >> yeah, we found him. you know -- we found him. >> seth: oh really, he's a rescue? >> yeah, he's a rescue. he was at -- we were at the ho beach e. we had a house at the beach. and it was a really miserable, like, pouring night which is, you know, not that often. and there we all were -- the whole family and a couple fr nds of jake's, and my son. and we're, you know, telling ghost stories in front of the fire and freaking each other out. and then there's like a pause in the action, and we hear this, like, ungodly sound.
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it sounds like it's coming from the floor or something and, you know, there are a lot of rodents out there. >> seth: seah. >> awe're like, "oh my god." jake and his friend go out to look. flashlights and clubs, you know. [ light laughter ] and there was that little fluff ball under there. >> seth: oh, wow. >> and that was 11 years ago. yeah, yeah. >> seth: oh, my goodness. well, that is just -- what a fantastic story. [ cheers and applause ] he picked the right house. >> he did. he did.ou >> thank yo much for being here, rhea. >> oh, my gosh. >> seth: this has just been a delight. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> seth: rhea perlman. "poms" opens in theaters friday. 'll be right back with meghan mccain, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ hi, i'm christina stembel and i founded farmgirl flowers. what started at my dining room table, has grown into a serious operation. that's why i chose the spark cash card from capital one.
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[ cheers and appla >> seth: our next guest co-hosts "tat view" weekday mornings 11:00 on abc. please welcome to the show, meghan mccain, everyone. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> seth: thank you for being here. >> thank you so much for having me. >> seth: and thank you for doing another talk show after you already did a talk show this morning? >> oh sure. >> seth: i appreciate yo ddoing doubley. >> oh, no problem, i feel like a cool kid any time i get to do anything that's after 12:00 in the afternoon. [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah, well that's -- well thank you for cool kidding with us. and you were also a cool kid in that you were an intern at snl when you were like 19 years old? >> yes. 19, 20. yeah. >> seth: okay, and i where, i was in the cast then, do you have any memories of me? and i'm hoping. >> yes, i do. >> seth: okay. >> yeah, you were a total gentleman. >> seth: oh, good, good. >> and very respectful of interns.
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[ audience member woo's ] >> seth: thank you.yo there go. [ cheers and applause ] >> i remember one time i had to like clean up a table, and there were like magazines all over it, and th like made me organize it. and you helped me, so there you go. >> seth: there you go. that's incredibly -- >> so, nice guy, seth. ei seth: yeah. >> it's such a w time in my life, and it's a thing that people always ask about. >> seth: yeah. >> people always want to know what the experience wake, and i -- you know, even coming in this building, it's just very nostalgic because there's a pag. lett >> seth: yeah, no, and a lot has stayed very much the same. not just the physical space. but there are things like the s.ge outfit i don't think has changed in 50 year [ laughter ] >> they wear the same jacket. >> seth: yeah. i'm always happy because it's such a stressful place that whet i meeople that used to be interns, i'm just so afraid that they -- well somebody came up and gave me a piece of bad news. and i like took -- i like just i looked at them and was like, "w t?" so i'm very happy that i was helping with magazine assortments instead. >> everyone was wonderful. >> seth: good. i mean, i don't know if i just, like -- i also, like, you know, have worked at a lot of other places that like crazy things happen, and nothing ever happens to me. and i always wonder if like, people were so scared of my dad.
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>> seth: yeah. or i just come off like a tough chick. i don't know, but i had a wonderful internship. [ laughter ] >> seth: that's right, i probably took it out on one of the interns that wasn't john mccain's dad, yeah. [ laughter ] or john mccain's daughter. yeah. >> fixed a lot of problems growing up >> seth: either way, so i want to ask -- you also had something -- both your parents have been impersonated on snl. and then it happened for you -- ai bryant did you. >> yeah. >> seth: and what was it like? i'm guessing maybe you weren't c wang "live?" when did you hear that aidy had done you on the show? >> i was on vacation with my husband, and i woke up in the morning, and i had a ton of -- it was like, "ding ding ding ding" when i turned on my phone. and it was like, "you're on snl, you're on snl," and i was like, and then i brought it up on the computer, and aidy and i went to high school together. >> seth: which is crazy. >> xavier college preparatory in phoenix. so there you go, thank you. [ chrs ] it's weird to be, like, have this girl i went to high school with impersonate me, which is amazing. and she's so talented and incredible. and i watched it, and i thought it was hilarious. and my husband thought it was valarious except they paint me out to be an anti-er, and he thought that was the most offensive part.
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>> seth: gotcha. >> he was like, "you're not an anti-vaxxer." >> seth: so let's use this time right now to just say to r eryone that meghan and i agree on vaccinating youds. >> i'm not an anti-vaxxer at all. vaccinate your children. >> seth: there you go. >> thank you. >> seth: there you go. >> yes. >> seth: common ground. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. thanks guys. >> seth: you've obviously been very open and vocal about the toct that it is distressin you the fact that not only did donald trump attack your father in life, he is continuing to attack him after he passed away. are you -- what do you think? if your dad was still around, like, do you think he would be delighted by the fact that donald trump cannot shake him from his psyche. >> i mean, when he was alive, he was always like -- i mean, this is a late night show, right? >>eth: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> so he'd be like, "i don't give a [ bleep ]." [ laughter ] and i mean, so you know, he just doesn't care about people attacking him.he ad been through so much. it was very hard to rattle him in any way. and it's just strange that this sort of feud didn't end when he passed. >> seth: yeah, historically, it tends to. >> it should. [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah, yeank >> but i thit says so much about where the president's
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head's at, and the last time he had attacked my father publiclyt on twitter, as the weekend, and i just remember when, you know, my life -- when i spend my weekends, it was with my family in arizona hiking, andking, and camping. i wish he would do that with his family on the weekends, instead of obsessing over my fily. >> seth: yeah. >> and it's very strange, so -- [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: i think -- >> but it makes me, like, sad for them. >> seth: sure. >> that you're not -- life is re>>ly short. eth: yeah. >> and i feel it a lot right now. and i think it's because my father died a little over eight months ago, and i just feel every moment. and i think you -- and this is a message to everybody, not just the president. but like, spend the time off you f ve with those you love because you don't know iu're going to get a phone call saying the person you love the most in the world has glioblastoma and has a year to live. and i know what that l like, and i just wish the president and his family would like really live in the moment. and you're president, and i'm su there's a lot of interesting things to do in the white house, and spend time with your family. >> seth: yeah, i will say, if the other alternative is camping. i think he's still going to tweet about your dad.la [ hter ]
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>> probably. >> seth: i don't see him going out on--la hter ] you know, obviously, they had a history where the president was very open about how he felt about your father. yo father, in turn, was ve open with how he felt about the president. they were not fans of each other. i imagine it must be harder for your family with someone like senator lindsey graham, who wasf yoher's incredibly close friend. and now has sort of tied his fortunes to the president. is that a harder thing for your family to watch happen? >> well, first i think that everyone in the trump years sort of has to reconcile with theirco cience and how -- what role they played in it on all sides. because i think that he evokes the worst in all of us, that's my just take on who heas president. i think he has ruffled up a lot of negative things in a lot of ways on both sides. i think with -- you know, lindsey, i grew up with lindsey graham, i can call him lindsey, and i considered him my father's best friend and uncle for a really long time. and, you know, he -- it's hard for me, and it disappoints me. but i also understand politics, and i willlways love him and respect him.
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but politically, i don't understand it because i think the idea probably is that politically you sortve to, you know, make amends with trump in one way or another to be politically relevant and to gain re-election. but my father was his biggest enemy, oi guess one of his political largest enemies, and he won his re-election handily in arizona. pod arizona up until that t was a red state, now it's switched to purple. but it is possible. i just think that you have to wo harder. >> seth: yeah. >> and i don't know if politicians want to do that, but i'm always going to love lindsey, i'm always going to have a special place in my heart. but, you know, it's -- of course, it disappoints me. >> seth: yeah. >> i mean, i think i would be inhuman if it di't. >> seth: yeah, if you said, "that's really cool, you be you." [ laughter ] >> well it's just -- it's strange too because people know the relationship -- >> seth: ynoh. >> you k i mean, i think probably most people here know that, and people ask me a lot, quite a lot. >> seth: yeah, well i don't think senator graham made any secret of it, and i think that's why he has to answer these questions now is, you know, when you have a friendship, and you talk a lot about how much m
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somebodyns to you. it's very strange for people to watch you sort of reverse course on that. i want to ask about ilhareomar, congwoman from minnesota. >> sure. >> seth: you know, she was -- you were very vocal about some of her tweets, people were upset, thought it was anti-semitic language. she has since unequivocally apologed for them. and then, after that, there was this tragic synague shooting in california, and you once again, sort of, on a sunday show -- sunday news show -- brought up her tweets again in the context of that shooting. >> on george stephanopoulos. >> seth: on george stephanopoulos. yeah. and i ju wonder, cause i do think it's fairly dangerous, and you brought it up after congresswoman omar had also had some death threats against her. do you think -- you know, she's obviously now stated she needs to be more careful with her language. don't you think other people who talk about her need to be a little bit more thoughtful as well, or do you stand by those y comments of g her to this -- her rhetoric to the synagogue shooting? >> i don't think i tied her to it in particular, i think that i'm calling out what i see as
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anti-semitic language. and when you're talking about how hypnotic -- >> seth: but even after, you called it out after she'd apologized for it. i do want to establish the time line.on >> i d -- i think that democrats are hedging on this, and i think it's very dangerous. and i think chuck schumer and i are in alignment aut israel's stance in geopolitical politics, i think it's of the utmost importance. and i think she is bringg her party to the extreme -- extremism on this, and i think we have look to europe and what's happening over there, and that they're, you know, in the british politics, anti-semitism is vy common. and i see it happening over there, and i worry about it happening over here, i stand by every single thing i've said. and if that makes me unpopular in this room in front of you, so be it. [ light applause ] >> seth: well, i don't -- see, that's a weird thing that you would take the position of trying to be unpopular. here i am trying to, you know, find the common ground on this because i do think one of the -- i think we can both agree -- he>> were you bothered by language about 9/11? >> seth: i thought it was taken out of context, and i think if you watch that whole speech -- >> would you give president trump the me leverage, if he had said the same thing?
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>> seth: well, i would say that donald trump is certainlin no position to criticize her language on 9/11, based on the things that said about 9/11, right? >> but would you give -- i just think you have to give people the same credence and i think she's getting a lot of passes. well, let me make the clarification between donald trump and ilhan omar is one of them has apologized, and said they're going to try to do better, and they're going to be educated by peopleho know about this, that's what she said. and i think she -- you know, it's an interesting thing when we have two muslim women for the first tithey do have a different perspective on things, and i think, when we talk about the idea of like, let's all try to meet in the mide on things, we have to listen to other people's perspective. >> oh, i agree, i work on "the view" with joy behar every day. er seth: yeah. >> i listen to oth perspectives all the time. >> seth: is there a way for people to talk about differences in israeli policies without getting fram as anti-semitic language? >> yeah, i just think you can't talk about jews hypnotizing the world, talking about all about the benjamins. >> seth: you do keep bringing up the two tweets that she's apologized for, and i think that's a little unfair to her, cially because we've established -- >> are you her publicist? >> seth: what? >> are you her press person? >> seth: no, i'm just someone
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who cares about the fact that there's someone out there who is in a minority, who has death threats against her, and i think that we should all use the same nguage that you're asking her to be careful about her language, and i would ask everybody else to be careful ei about . [ cheers and applause ] >> okay. all right. i mean i'm not sure what -- wha would what would make you happy coming out of my mouth right now? i'm genuinely curious.et >> s i'm not, i'm perfectly happy with everything that's coming out of your mouth. >> okay. >> seth: and i like that we spent this time together. >> okay, you seem a little -- i mean, i think, you know, my opinions are very strong, and think sometimes because -- >> seth: that is coming across. i do want you to know that. >> but i'm on a network show, i'm on abc. >> seth: yeah. >> and i think sometimes when a you'reardcore conservative woman liketh am. i ink sometimes it's jaunting.ox i'm not on fews any more, i'm on abc. i think sometimes my beliefs, even though i do believe i represent the vast majority of people in red statas, or at lea lot of women in the middle of the country who are pro life, pro nra. you know, strong foreign policy, people who believe in limited and small government, i think
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that sometimes, it tends to be jarring for people to see someone like me in mainstream news, not on fox. >> seth: but i think it's good that you are on mainstream news, you do have a platform, i mean, i think there's this idea that maybe you're saying unpopular things, but certainly abc thinks it's worth hearing. so, you know, you have a platform, i have a platform. i think we're very lucky. and i think we have - >> oh yeah, i'm like so lucky. yeah. >> seth: well, we're in agreement on that as well. vaccinate your kids. meghan mccain, everybody. thank you so much for spending time with me. i really appreciate it. [ cheers and applause ] "the view" airs weekdays at 11:00 on abc. we'll right back with more "late night." thanks, meghan. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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