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Seth Meyers seeking relevance riding on Trump Rants
Im guessing Seth Meyers is trying to use his foray into politics to dig his way out of what he may see as a dead end job playing second banana to the Tonight show and Jimmy Fallon. That may garner him some short term attention but where does it go after the election. I don't think he has the wit or charisma to be a full time politico and what used to be youthful charm is fading night by night.
He seems to be stealing a page out of Lewis Blacks angry guy book but comes off more bitter and condescending then funny most times.
If Hillery gets elected maybe he can get a spot as court jester. Trump is a "Huge" easy target but it's going to get harder to stay relevant on this new road after the election is over. He may secretly hope Donald Trump gets elected because if he goes away it will leave a huge hole in Seths act.
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