Play of the Day: Steve Bannon's Personal Look Dominated His '60 Minutes' Interview
A new adaptation of Stephen King's clown terror novel It dominated the box office this weekend, earning $123 million. Conan O'Brien and Late Night's Seth Meyers joked about the movie, saying that a scary clown succeeding would remind Americans of the 2016 election.
President Donald Trump's ex-chief strategist Steve Bannon was interviewed on 60 Minutes on Sunday, prompting late-night hosts to joke about the interview. Bannon called himself a "street fighter," which made Meyers and Late Show's Stephen Colbert to wonder if the street won the fight, while The Daily Show's Trevor Noah noticed something about Bannon's face while being asked tough questions. Bannon also seemed to be wearing two button-up shirts during the interview, so The Tonight Show altered the video to show Bannon with more and more shirts.