President Donald Trump facilitated Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán at the White House on Monday, calling him “profoundly respected.”
But that isn’t the manner by which “Late Night” have Seth Meyers and Hungary’s European neighbors see him.
Meyers said Orbán is a “far-right tyrant strongman” who has “shortened vote based system” and controls the media. His migration crackdown has made him an “outsider,” Meyers added.
Not to specify that Orbán has hostile to Semitic and white patriot sees, as indicated by reports.
Yet Trump, facilitating Orbán after forerunners Barack Obama and George W. Hedge wouldn’t, noticed that Orbán is “presumably, similar to me, somewhat disputable, yet that OK.”
That kickstarted Meyers’ “A More intensive Look” segment.
“A minimal questionable isn’t the means by which you portray a wannabe tyrant,” the entertainer said. “That is the manner by which your auntie portrays ‘Fifty Shades of Grey.'”
Watch the entire clasp above.