Seth Meyers on Trump’s rally: ‘If you were trying to get people sick, this is how’

Late-night hosts recap Trump’s dangerous indoor rally in Nevada and his denial of the climate crisis’ role in the devastating fires

For the first time since his Tulsa, Oklahoma, rally was blamed for a coronavirus outbreak in June, Donald Trump held his first indoor rally last weekend – a scene of a thousand acts of potential coronavirus spread, from chanting to singing to mask-less faces packed together. “If you were actively trying to get people sick, this is how you would do it,” said Seth Meyers of the Nevada rally, held in violation of the state’s Covid restrictions.

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