Late Night Shows

The "Tonight Show" host zinged Donald Trump Jr. with an "indictment bracket."
The late-night host has the question that's on many minds.
The former U.S. senator is joined by "Daily Show" correspondent Desi Lydic for a stunning reality check about the scope of one key issue.
Donald Trump's expected indictment provided the "Tonight Show" host with plenty of comic material.
"The guy would be terrific and I think he’d do it," Stern said on his SiriusXM radio show.
The late-night host shows how the ex-president's legal problems are due to his own stupidity.
The former U.S. senator says there's an easy way cops can troll Trump if the former president is indicted this week.
"Since the first one, we’ve been wanting to do [part] two," said Mitchell, who played Ed in the original 1997 comedy.
The Oscars quip about the late actor, who was acquitted in the killing of his wife, was "not funny," said son Noah Blake.