On Thursday, the House of Representatives narrowly passed President Trump's healthcare reform effort, which was widely criticized for being rushed the chamber before it could be better analyzed or, in some cases, read.
"Late Night With Seth Meyers" offered a closer look at the bill, which, as it's written, stands to leave millions without health insurance and cuts Medicaid, which was not what Trump promised on the campaign trail. Meyers first examined one of the White House's tactics to address the breaking of promises: lying about them.
After showing video of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer contorting the definition of Trump's border wall into a fence (and the press corps' disbelief), Meyers affected the tone of a teasing teenager. "Hey, Sean. The president promised a wall and, I don't know, bro, it kind of looks like a fence to me. Right, everybody?"