Trump told Hannity he only planned to act like a dictator on “day one” of a new presidency if he were to be elected again, and compared himself to the infamous gangster Al Capone, whom he called “the greatest of all time if you like criminals.”
Meyers said Wednesday he wasn’t sure what else Trump could do to make his dictatorial intentions any more obvious.
“He’s made his intentions abundantly clear,” Meyers said. “At this point, the nicest thing you can say about him is that he’s an aspiring dictator, he’s in cognitive decline, and he’s the ‘greatest of all time if you’d like criminals.’”
He enlisted a video of Trump for that last bit.
Watch below on “Late Night.”