The show’s correspondents, Ronny Chieng and Michael Kosta, debated where the late secretary of state with “zero morals” stands in history.
The former senator and comedy writer had a searing response when Kissinger asked him for "Saturday Night Live" tickets back in the '70s.
The war criminal Henry Kissinger died at his home in Connecticut at 100 years old.
The late chef’s comments about the war criminal in a 2001 book recirculated online soon after news emerged of the former secretary of state's death.
Kissinger was complicit in atrocities across the globe during his time in power, including the carpet-bombing of Cambodia.
The former secretary of state, who was responsible for at least hundreds of thousands of civilian deaths, has himself died.
The titan of American foreign policy was complicit in millions of deaths — and never showed remorse for his decisions.
A spokesperson gave an awkward reply when asked why Blinken showed up to Henry Kissinger's birthday blowout.
The MSNBC anchor highlighted the former secretary of state’s “support for brutal dictators, brutal regimes, brutal wars, and war crimes” in a blistering monologue.