Seth Meyers Makes The Anti-Pitch For Donald Trump's Childhood Home

The "Late Night" host's pitch for Trump's old home may put buyers off.

President Donald Trump’s childhood home in Queens, New York, is on the market for a cool $2.9 million.

On Wednesday’s broadcast of “Late Night,” host Seth Meyers made what could be interpreted as the anti-pitch for its sale.

Meyers joked about the property still having “all the original teeth marks on the lead-painted window sills.” He also delivered a zinger over a report that one room contains a sign signaling the spot Trump was conceived.

Check out the clip above.