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[ laughter ] house speaker nancy pelosi todai responded to prent trump's comments saying that he would accept information on his opponents from foreign governments and said it is quott "very sad rump doesn't know right from wrong. well, what do you expect he doesn't even know right from left [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause president trump announced on twitter this afternoon that press secretary sarah huckabee sanders would be stepping down at the end of the month. she'll leave the way she usually does, in the middle of someone's question [ laughter ] according to politico, democrats are concerned about former vice predident joe biden's age, because if ected he would be 78 years old when sworn in you think that is bad, when our last president was sworn in, he was donald trump [ laughter ]
i mean - [ cheers and applause and in honor of the upcoming season premier "stranger things," burger king announced today that it will start selling a so-called upside dowwhopper, and mcdonald's announced that the hbo series "chernobyl. [ laughter ] "it's a rib, but there's no bones! [ laughter ] a florida man is attempting to break a guinness world record by seeing "avengers: endgame" 200 times. and he's already set a record by seeing "dark phoenix" twice. [ light laughter ] [ audience oohs that's right, a florida man has reportedly seen "avengers: endge" 114 times said theater staff, "oh, wait, nevermind. he's just dead." [ laughter ]ee [ ch and applause
and finally, o of our writers, karen, just turned 24 years old. to give you an idea of how young that is, the year i graduated college, karen was graduating from milk to solid foods [ light laughter ] and as a result of having someone as young as karen, we' finding out she has a much different frame of reference than a lot of us so we thought we'd find out exactly what karen knows aboutst the pan a segment called "what does karen know. ♪ [ chee and applause >> seth: thanks for being out here, karen. >> oh, god, i'm so excited >> seth: all right, ready? >> yes >> seth: karen, i'm gonna show you a photo of somethingrend yoonna try to tell us what it is. and i should add you have not seen any of these, rightav >> i hnot seen them. >> seth: all right, ready? here we go first one. >> umm, someone who used to be young. [ laughter ] >> seth: now, karen, that's true of everyone. >> not me. okay, um, so he has like a present for a necklace
is he a singer >> seth: he is an actor. >> he's an actor >> seth: his name is joey lawy.nce. >> oka that, really you told me who it was and it still does not help me >> seth: okay, great [ light laughter ] all right, ready here's the next one. okay. >> seth: what is that? >> oh, okay. [ light laughter ] oh, myod okay so my parents had this this is where -- [ light laughter ] you can partly call someone, but you can also fax them things >> seth: yeah. >> yeah, it is a fax machine [ cheers and appuse [ laughter ] okay, so they're two friends who just won grammysla [ hter ] >> seth: okay, well, now karen -- i don't want just like a general idea of what's going on. [ laughter ] >> i -- okay, well, they are at e grammy awards. i think the show was two thumbs up [ light laughter ] >> seth: this is milli vanilli does that mean anything to you >> truly, no >> seth: oh, wow [ laughter ]
well, i'm gonna tell you something. wikipedia milli vanilli, because >> okay.retty rad story. [ laughter ] >> seth: they won grammys. >> oh. >> seth: and then they had to give them back, because it turned out they lip-synced >> oh, no! >> seth: yeah. they had different - >> that's so awful >> seth: other people gasped, oh, my god [ laughter and applause >> and, karen -- >> i am trying >> seth: karen, you might think i'm lying, but, girl, you know it's true. [ laughter and applause >> okay. that sounds like you made a reference that i don't geth: >> set did make a reference you didn't get, but a lot of people clapped, karen. [ laughter ] >> seth, you are very funny. >> seth: thank you what's that? >> a baby who needs a dollar [ laughter ] >> seth: that is correct that is what it was. there was a time in the '90s where babies needed dollars.er [ laught ] >> oh, okay. >> seth: and it was very cruel, but people would then throw the money into a pool. [ lighlaughter ] and they would say, "you want it, baby?" >> and the baby would have to swim
>> seth: it was a television show, yeahk it was on a networlled spike tv [ light laughter ] >> is this like the first version of "shark tank." >> seth: yeah, it was like the first version of -y, it was called "bou want a dollar?" [ laughter ] >> oh, he looks like bill nye, but eww. [ laughter ] he is -- maybe he's teaching me about health >> seth: well, you think this was healthy ever >> no. [ laughter ] like he is telling me this is what you shouldn't eat >> seth: oh, i see this is orville redenbacher. does that mean anything to you >> oh, yes, he is the name on all e popcorn brands >> seth: yes >> yes >> seth: he is an actual man >> that's crazy. >> seth: yeah, isn't that crazy? >> yeah, that is nuts. >> seth: all right, does that make popcorn seem more delicious to you once you see the handsome devil? >> i feel obligated to say yes >> seth: okay, great [ light laughter ] all right, now we're gonna see -- >> yes >> seth: we're gonna do this the other way, because we are from different generations. >> we are. um, so these are ones that you have not seen before >> seth: that's correct.ch >> and you are watg them for
the first time >> okay, do you know what these little guys are. >> seth: are they ke pikachus? >> no. [ light laughter ]f. kind o >> seth: okay. well, they are -- are they like babies but, is that like baby et simba or something >> so these are actually, honestly very good guesses in that they are animated okay, so this something called neopets. >> seth: neopets a [ cheers alause >> does it ring a bell see? okay >> seth: it doesn't. rt so neopets is like a vil game online where you can have an account online and then you get to own neopets a you take care of them i'm not going to lie, i mentioned it in the writer's room, and everybody was like, "that's not a thing. >> seth: oh, wow >> and i truly felt like i was being gaslit on my whole ildhood. [ light laughter ] >> seth: we didn't play with neopets, we went outsideer [ light laught >> i've never been outside >> seth: threw a ball back and forth, karen [ light laughter ] >> umm, okay do you know who this lady is >> seth: is that meghan trainor? >> yes >> seth: oh, yeah! [ cheers and applause >> yeah! >> seth: all about the bass, right?
>> yes, yeah, that's right >> seth: oh, my god, we are the you and i are the same we are both young and cool [ laughter ] >> we are both 24. s been "whats does karen know. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> seth: give it up for karen, everybodnd [ cheers applause we have a great show for you tonight.n he is celebrating tears of his bravo show "watch what happens live." andy cohen is here tonight, everybody. [ cheers and appuse she is the senator from minnesota, and a 2020 es prential candidate amy klobuchar is joining us. [ cheers and applause and starting on thursday june 20th, you can see tonight's musical guests performing live on broadway at the lont-fontanne theater here in new york city. rform a fan favoritehe'll unreleased song for us regina spektor is back, everybody. [ cheers and applause also, very excited tomorrow night, i'm gonna be in pittsburgh doing two shows at the carnegie library music hall of homestead and on saturday,
i'll be at columbus, ohio, at the southern theater if you are in either of those k places, please come chec out. now, moving on the president said in an interview that if he had the chance to collude with a foreign goveo ment in 2020, he would d it for more on this, it is time for "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: you'd be forgiven for thinking donald trump doesn't actually do that much work as id prest, but you'd be wrong. he's actually got a very important job as we learned today from an interview on abc inump is in charge of pick new paint colors for air force one. [ light laughter ] and he is very proud of that >> george, take a look at this >> then, at the white house, a surprise from president. a the first lookt an updated aircraft a new look for air force one that he designed himself >> there's your new air force one. and i'm doing that for other presidents and not for me. >> it's scheduled to arrive in 2024 the exterior is getting a makeover with a new red, white and blue paint scheme. a departure from the iconic bluh and ite. >> we had different chces
here these are all slightly different. >> seth: all right, i think i know what happened here. trump's staff just gave him a menu with a bunch of airplanes on it to keep him busy while r they the government. [ light laughter ] you know, like how you give a child at a restaurant a placemat with a maze on it. ] [ light laughter you know, if you zoom in on that image trump is holding, at the top, it says, "spot the difference." [ laughter and applause this right here, this right here is the only part of the job trp loves. feeling important, basking in the trapping of the office in that same interview, for am exe, he and george stephanopoulos took a ride in the presidential limo where trump denied reports that his own internal polls show him trailing in key ates >> i asked the president about biden in the polls he's trailing >> well, i dll't believe those po there's on way he beats me in texas. >> but, even your own polls show you're behind right now, don't they >> no, my polls ow that i am winning everywhere >> we've all seen these reports that 15 out of 17 states, you spend $2 million on a poll and you're behind in 15 out of 17 states
>> nobody showed you those polls, because those polls don't exist, george. those polls don't exist. >> seth: oh, great, he is back to his [ bleep ] jedi routine. [ laughter ] also, why are they so close together [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause is this the presidential limo or and uber pool? [ laughter ] "we are picking up two more people can you guys kind of squinchk together bacere? later in the oval office, trump was asked why he insists on lyg so brazenly and so obsessively about his poll numbers and he offered an interesting self-assessment. >> why does it bother you so much >> because it's untrue i like the truth you know, i'm actually a very honest guy >> seth: no. [ light laughter ] and even that statement wasn't honest when you say, "i'm actually a very honest guy," that's theu' classic tell that not an honest guy nobody who's honest says they are honest the only people who claim to be onnest are car dealers, pe injury lawyers
charity builds houses for the homeless the honest way. [ laughter ] thinks we'll buy it despite the fact that we now have over 400 pages of definitive proof that he not in fact an honest guy. in the form of special counsel robert mueller's final report. and yet, he just continues on because he has no shame.d we're so use trump's corruption now that we could ask him what he did today, and he'd go, "oh, i had breakfast, playeg a round off, i shot a guy, and then i saw the new 'secret lives of pets,'" and we'd say, "oh, is that any good? [ laughter ] and that's what he did last night during the same interview on abc when he just straight up admitted that if he had the opportunity to collude with a foreign government again in 2020, he would definitely do it. >> your campaign this ti around, if foreigners, if russia, if china, someone else offers you information on an opponent, should they accept it or should they call the fbi? >> i think maybe you do both i think you might wanna listen i don't -- there's nothing wrong with listening if somebody called from a country, norway, "we have
information on your opponent." oh i think i'd wanna heart. >> you want that kind of interference in our elections? >> it's not an interference. they have information, i think i'd take it. >> seth: there it is he just said it. the guy who has spent two yearsn g tweeting, "no collusion" is now saying if anyone's down the collude, i'm your guy [ lahter ] this guy has no shame. if trump had been president during watergate, he would have left a business card at the break-in [ laughter ] we have all this evidence thatch russia r out to trump to collude, and now we have trump himself on the record saying if russia reached out to me to collude, i would do it normally to get someone to say they'd commit a crime like that, you'd have to haul them down to precinct and play good cop/bad cop. trump's episode of "law and order" woulde about six minutes long briscoe and green would walk into his office, and he'd go, "what's up, guys you find that hooker i killed? [ laughter ] [ applause ] seriously, why -t why are we not juseating this as a confession just because he's phrasing it as
a hypothetical doesn't make itss any amning if your coworker at burger king turned to you and said, "you know, i'm not saying i've ever done it, but if someone dared mo oat my balls in batter and dip them in the deep fryer, i'd definitely consider it." [ laughter ] you would call your boss and say, "i think that we need to replace the deep fryer." after that interview aired, there was an uproar from, you know, sane people who think that oe president shouldn't gotv and to tell people he's down to commit a crime democrats renewed their calls for impeachment, so trump hopped on twitter to defend himself with a dumb argument that was topped in dumbness, only by a truly mind-bending typo. >> he says, "i'm i meet and talk to foreign governments everydayh i just met with queen of england, u.k., the prince of wales," which he spells wrong. >> seth: yep [ laughter ] he spelled it like the marine mammal, not like the country of wales.al he liter just met the guy. trump must have been so disappointed "you're not a whale! where's your blow hole?"
and then with that out of the ery, he continued with his stupid argument. "the p.m. of the united kingdom, the p.m. of ireland and the president of france and the president of poland. we talked about everything should i immediately call the fbi about these calls and meetings how ridiculous, i would never be trusted again. >> seth: none's arguing you should call the fbi after meeting with foreign leaders is part of your actual job, unless one of those leaders does or offers something illegal and even then, it depends what it is. if you meet with putin, he says, "we cked your opponents e-mails and stole private information," then yes, you should call the fbi. but if you meet with the queen of england and she says, "wannao take a rip of this bong," i'd say play it cool don't dime on her, man [ laughter ] don't dime on the queen. but the most important thing to remember here is this is not a random hypothetical. trump is actively inviting russia or china or any other foreign government for that matter to actively intervene in the 2020 election on his behalf. and we know this because in 2016, russia's military intelligence agency known as the ctg.r.u. basically took dins from trump remember when trump said this?
>> russia, if you are listening, i hope that you are able to find the ,000 e-mails that are missing. i think you will probably bewa reed mightily by our press >> seth: well, according to the mueller report, within approximately five hours of trump's statement, g.r.u. officers targeted for the first time clinton's personal office so it turns out, they were listening. in fact, at this point, i think the russians are the only ones who haven't tuned out donald trump the rest of us ignore it, and a when we walk by and see trump on the white house lawn next to a helicopter shouting a, reporters red-faoing that weird thing where he draws a box with his hands for no reason - [ laughter ] waiving around a random piece of paper he pulled out of his coat pocket like just got some positive test results back "good news, the doctors say it hasn't spread to my brain. they say it comes from my brain!er [ laught so we know that the russians have already reacted to an invitation from trump tohe interfere in tlection. that's what makes trump's latest comments so crazy. it's not hypothetical, he knows
they will try to help him again, and he's signaling to them that he'd welcome it. in fact, in that same interview, trump actually mocked the idea that he should call the fbi if e fon government attempted to interfere in an election on his behalf >> okay. let's put yourself in a position you're a congressman somebody comes up, and says,nf "hey, havemation on your do you call the fbi? >> if it's coming from russia, you do >> i don't think -- i'll tell you wh i've seen a lot of things over my life. i don't think in my whole life i've ever called the fbi >> seth: oh, really? oh, really, you haven't? because i'm shocked to hear that the famously corrupt new york real estate mogul who owned atlantic city casinos, doesn't pay his taxes, has been suednd thousaof times and paid hush money to cover up an affair with a porn star, doesn't have a great relationship with law enforcement. [ laughter ] i just assume the only contact trump has ever had with the fbi are anonymous faxes with letters cut out from t magazines [ laughter ] although, who are we kidding he would still definitely sign itug [ er ] but in many ways, this moment was inevitable trump and his aides have been foreshadowing for months that this was comin that they didn't think collusion
was a crime, and if they had the chance, they would do it again earlier this month, ump's son-in-law, jared kushner in an interview that if he received another e-mail from a foreign government offering dirt on a political opponent, like he did in 2016, he wasn't sure he would call the fbi on june the 8th, 2016, you were sent an email with an offer of help for the trump campaign from the russian government. why didn't you pick up the phone and call the fbi it was an e-mail that said russia -- that said the russian gop.rnment was trying to hel why didn't you do that >> the e-mail that i got on my iphone at the ti, basically said show up at 4:00 i didn't scroll down, i never would have thought about that had -- >> it had russia in the subject linein >> agai would get about 250 e-mails a day. and so, i literally saw "show up at 4:00," i showed up at 4:00. >> would you call the fbi if it happened again >> i don't know. it's hard to do hypotheticals, but the reality is, is that we were not given anything that was salacious. >> seth: okay. first of all, the subject line "forward russia clinton private and confidential." and i don't care how many e-mails you get a day, that subject line sticks out.it
oesn't matter who's it from. if i see an email that says, "pottery barn, private and confidential," i'd be like, "oohh, what's your secret pottery barn [ laughter ] trump aides have basically been saying a version of this for monthsju last month, his personal lawyer and private vampire rudy giuliani -- [ laughter ] went on tv and bragged about a bizarre plan he haconcocted to go to ukraine and dig up dirt on the russia investigation and joe biden. interview that if he wd to meddle in the 2020 election, he could. p >> president trump'sersonal attorney rudy giuliani, planning to travel to ukraine soon. will ask that country'new ts he president to investigate the origin of special counsel mueller's russia investigation giuliani will also press ukraine to look into joe biden's son's involvement in a gas company owned by a ukrainian oligarch. >> the election of 2020 is a long time from nowed and if i wanted to me in that election, which i don't, i could have held this for a year, and dropped it right before the convention
>> seth: speaking of meddling, i gotta ask, who's meddling with your hair? becausthis is what rudy's hair normally looks like. you really think the spray-on hair is making you look younger? you look like the guy who gives you your next assignment in "grand theft auto. [ laughter ] "you gotta go to the police, dimitri. trump and the people ad him are actively inviting the interference of a foreign government in the 2020 campaign. the only answer to that is impeachment. democrats need to lay out all the evidence of trump's corruption in a high profile public forum for voters to see and when asked why, th should quote trump and say -- >> i like the truth.s >> seth: this habeen "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause andy cohen, everybody.th [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ ♪ >> announcer: for more of seth's "closer looks," be sure to subscribe to "la night" on youtube.
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[ cheers and applause ♪ everybody.elcome back, give it up for the 8g band, right over there [ cheers and applause ve also, git up for fred armisen, everybody. it has been so nice having him [ cheers and applause and highly, highly recommend, tomorrow night on hbo, fred's new show, "los espookys. it's fantastic it's hilarious i have been lucky enough to see
a few episodes so congratulations on that, fred check that out, everybody. [ applause ] our first guest tonighwais an emmy a winner and the host of "watch what's happens live with andy cohen. to celebrate its 10th anniversary, the show willa air atpecial time of 10:00 p.m., june 16th to 23rd on bravo. please welcome back to the show, our good friend, andy cohen. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ >> seth: congratulations on your st. louis blues. >> congratulations to the blues. [ cheers ] >> and you were actually supposed to be on our show last night, and you asked us to move so you could go to game seven.u. >> i begged yo yes, thank you for switching me around >> seth: of course, i was so happy you got to be there. this is an organization that has never won a stanley cup. >> never they went from worst to first.t they were the worsam in the nhl in the beginning of january
and last night they won the stanley cup in boston. >> so that was interesting thing, because did you go to game six in st. louis? >> i didn't. >> seth: you didn't? >> no, i couldn't.er >> and so thwere a lot of, sort of, famous st. louis fans some celebrities who like the team, but you were the only one who showed up to boston. >> i was, yeah it was me. i was the chump that showed up it is blk and yellow everywhere at the garden and sere i am wearing this jery. i am like, hey, everybody. >> not a historically weoming fan base, the people of boston >> no, and i literally, truly thought that i was going to get beaten u yes. so what i found was that people either wanted to give me the finger or take a selfie. it was -- the pendulum swinging back and forth but ultimately, inside the rden, i've to tell you something, people were really cool then midway rough the second period, i felt the energy start >> seth: yeah. >> and there was no one to blame but me and my friend fred,si
lly, who were wearing the blues' uniforms. so it got a little -- i was li , let's bring it down, let's not cheer so loud. >> seth: got you >> people were super cool though, ultimately >> seth: did anybody yell anything that felt very boston you >> yeah, they were just like, n you'ller be a legend [ laughter ] all right. great. i won't. you're right >> seth: that is so -- >> i mean, it's true all right. and then they were like, they actually -- the people behind me, truly wanted to rip benninon limb from limb. >> seth: yes, that's the, sort of, other worldly goalie is this pat muldoon, here? >> that's pat maroon >> seth: maroon, sorry, excuse me >> he's also from st. louis.et >> sh: so yeah, he played for edmonton >> he played for edmonton, i was sitting next to him on a plane a couple years ago heas like, "hey, i play hockey, i'm from st. louis." now a's on the blues and he's real hometown hero i love the guy that was on the ice after the game it was so exciting i am still so high from this thing. >> seth: you were back in town in thanksgiving when they were not a good hockey team >> yes, we partied with the
blues.n i rato them in a bar after a loss they had lost and i guess we'rei part after the game and people on social media were like, why are you guys partying? you are horribleou like, what areoing >> seth: and then it turned around it all worked. sometimes it's just helpful to be together. i want to congratulate you on this as well 10 year anniversary of "watch what happens." >> thank you very much [ cheers and applause things are cool. >> seth: it is a show that iav always hthe best time doing. i don't think that i'm alone i think you make it a very fun place for guests to beyo what do have planned for this week of shows >> we are going to be on at 10:00 for two weeks which isfu supefor me, because i get to do everything earlier and we got a lot of big surprises, and it is insane oking back and seeing, like, did that happen? i can't beli we have -- the countess luann is going to perform her new song on the show >> seth: wowen you guys -- we havrying to get her to do the song here >> i know you have jimmy, too sorry. [ laughter ]
>> seth: most importantly, as we are going through the list of things to congratulate you for you are about to have your first father's day as a dad. i >>m. i am [ cheers and applause >> seth: look at this little guy. >> there he is >> seth: 4 months old. >> so cute yeah, it's amazing that's my son, ben >> seth: ben and how's it changed so far? >> everything has changed. i mean, everything has changed it is amazing. he is a little love bug. besides all of the love, the gear, dude >> seth: oh, man >> oh, my god. >> seth: the gear. >> it's like, no, that is an adapter for that, and then you need that to do th it is absolutely insane. i have got, you know, i used to be mr. summer, i don't know if you knew that about me >> seth: yeah, you were mr. summer you were a summer guy. >> i was a mobile unit, i could go anywhere, light as a feather. flip-flops maybe bring my dog and maybe t, had a convertible like, wow, now -- i was in the market to get an suv to schlep all of the stuffet >> s yeah. >> i am like, wow, i am so weighted down and it happened when i was partnering with
autotrader which is ol, which is the leading resource for every kind of car. they helped me find an suv, and i kept looking they have this list of the best new cars of 2019 looking at the converts. i keep >> seth: oh, yeah, they don't want you to have that. >> no, i am going to the suv i got an suv i'm a soccer mom i'm a soccer mom >> seth: well, people keep telling me, like, don't look away from minivans, like don sleep on minivans. >> oh right, no, i hear they are the best >> seth: so i've got a friend c who used to bel as [ bleep ] and he is like, dude, you need a minivan. and i'm like - [ laughter ] >> but you said, he useds o be cool ableep ]. >> seth: yeah, no, i'm not i'm like -- but, he still thinks it's cool. he is driving around and, i mean, i guess you let that part of the brain die that judges it and then you just rock around in a minivan. how are you getting like the stroller collapsed are you good at it >> starting to be better we flew to l.a. o weeks ago
for the week, and flying with the gear and taking the elevat up, and instead of the escalator. i'm like, here, i can just tilt it on the escalator. and they're like, no, you can't actually do that with him. yeah [ light laughter ] >> seth: you say it sounds like u are going really well. [ talking over each other >> i am really depressed i was excited about father's day a while ago. >> seth: and you should be, it is the greatest joy in the world. thanks so much for being here, man. congratulations.ot [ talking over each r >> seth: andy cohen. you can watch "watch what happens live," sunday through thursday nights on bravo we will be rightr ack with senay klobuchar. [ cheers and applause ♪ there are even more reaso join t-mobile. 1. do you like netflix? sure you do. that's why it's on us. 2. unlimited data. use as much as you wan when you want.
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minnesota and democratic candidate for president.se pleaelcome back to the show senator amy klobuchar. [ cheers and applause >> seth: welcome how are you? >> thank you i'm excellent. >> seth: good. i have made this sort of my first question to every senator who's running fopresident -- >> uh-huh. >> seth: because you are now -- you're still a senator and working with a lot of the colleagues who also want to be president. >> yes >> seth: is it awkward >> but you don't want to be president? >> seth: no. >> okay, good. >> seth: so it must be nice for you to finally sit and talk somebody >> yeah, it's very relaxing. >> seth: yeah. >> yes but, you know, we are all friends. as opposed twho is in the white house right now. >> and so actually whelook at it, i have got, let's see, elizabeth and bernie and i are in leadership.be michaeett, i have been to his house a lot. friends. i'm emceeing this softball game
that kirsten is pitching next week and then kamala and cory and i served together on judiciary and after that kavanaugh hearing that is a bond that we will never break. [ light laughter ] >> seth: yeah, there you go. you've been through something. >>n eah. >> and the will be interesting certainly. the debates are coming up in two weeks. >> yes >> seth: well that must be an interesting moment to actually get out there and be able toou talk about yposition with the other competition? >> it is, because this is a moment, especially for somebone like me from a state that is att li smaller in the middle of the country. for me to tell people what i am all about. that i think that we need to bring e heart back to american politics. we need to bring people tether and not wake up everyday to a mean tweet, right? >> seth: yeah. >> that we need to start talking about things that matter to people bringing down the cost of prescription drugs, doing something about the cost of college, finally moving ahead on climate change and immigration reform and it gives me that ment to talk about what i stand for and how we can have a better america right now. [ cheers and applause
>> seth: that would be exciting to watch e u don't have to say ther a wednesday and thursday and it's sort of a random draw. >> yeah. >> seth: do you have a preferenceul woyou rather be -- >> i don't know. i think i -- we'll just see what happens. >> seth: yeah, we'll see what happens. you don't want to say wednesday and then all of the sudden, you are a thursday >> right >> seth: and then everybody's like - >> andhen it's already a loss. >> seth: yeah, exactly >> i just know i'm ahead of 18 people right now. that's pretty good >> seth: you'rahead of 18 people? >> yeah, that's right. >> seth: that's really exciting. yeah >> yeah, glass half full >> seth: yeah, glass half full [ applause ] >> seth: you -- i do want to talk about sort of some of the broader issues that affect everyday americans but there's this other and many people say maybe it is a distraction from that. but you haven't spoken out as far as where -- how you feel about impeachment. or -- i don't want to put words in your mouth. >> yes >> seth: but you were a former prosecutor so having looked at this evidence, what is your take onfa it s >> well, i think that there could be impeachment and i personally -- if thelo impeachment -- when at this evidence, i see impeachment. however, i think the house right now has to be able to finish their investigation, rightst
they're ting to call witnesses. they have one coming before them that's really important. but the other piece of this that we have to be doing he same time is to look at that mueller report and all of the ou allegations what russia did. and right now, as you pointed out earlier in the show, you got a guy in the white house who isl basisaying, "come on foreign agents, give me so dirt on my opponent."sa that is what he in that interview. and that is what we most fear. and i know this personally -- hive been trying to pass t bill to at least get some backup paper ballots and audits and it's a bipartisan billst and the white house ped it its tracks and now i know why i mean, he doesn't care what happens in this election except he wants to win. and he'll do anything to do it and i think americans have got to understand exactly what went on so that we can stop it from happening again. >> seth: the other thing is -- [ applause ] that there is a lot of distractions and i know you have made -- infrastructure was onef the first thing you announced on the
platform the president, i feel terrible for him, he's ten times he's har an infrastructweek and it's gotten derail and something's happened and they've ended up being very emptfrastructure weeks >> as in no infrastructure >> seth: there's literally no infrastructure >> yeah. >> seth: yeah. w -- can you explain to people, like, the importance of this >> yeset >> s and sort of also how the current administration is just using it as word that means nothing. >> exactly think that he says it because it sounds good he said it on election night i remember that. and now nothing has happened the latest is he h the leaders over and then he blew up when they said, "well, how are you going to pay for it? and that is the end of it. we never heard abo it again. >> seth: that is a famous sore spot him "how are you pay for something?" >> exactly >> seth: so they should have know better, yeah. >> because he keeps adding debt. so now - s >>h: and he has personal money trouble. >> okay then there you go we won't - okay, so why is that important well, first of all you hear about this rural/urban divide. well, how are we going to bridge it if you can't e-mail your mom in a small rural town because thbroadband doesn't work,
right?is so the idea hat we put -- i proposed a trillion dollars. and i ha exactly how i'm going to pay for it. like, bringing back some of those corporate tax cutsit every point oes down is $100 billion and it can go for things like crumbling schools. they didn't have heat in somof the schools in baltimore, transit, green infrastructure. making sure that our bridges and our roads are working. putting this money into infrastructure to bring america together th has always been a bipartisan issue so i think its a good way to start. and i have had the experience. i thk i've now had 100 bills that have passed where i am the lead democrat. i think that experience does matter >> seth: yeah. you can actually get something done because we have a guy in the white house right now who had no experience coming in there >> seth: yeah. >> and we can get things like this done. and it is to me one of the biggest hypocrisies that he started his te by saying this was something he wanted to do. and he has not done anything >> seth: well, i'm certainly looking forward to hearing more from you in a couple of weeks be
it a wednesday or thursday >> >> seth: and thanks so much for being here >> okay, thank you [ cheers and applause thank you for having me. >> seth: senator amy klobuchar we will be right back with regina specterla [ cheers and appe ♪ ♪ oooooooooo... ♪ i'll show you something neeeeeeewwww. ♪ ♪ i'm gonna make you moooooove. ♪ ♪ i'll show you something... ♪
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