Andrew Cuomo roasted by late-night TV hosts after resignation

Andrew Cuomo is the roast of the city.

The disgraced New York governor’s belligerent resignation shortly made him the butt of late-night TV hosts on Tuesday evening, with Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers all taking pictures at him.

Stephen Colbert opened his “Late Show” by declaring it “a beautiful day here in New York City” as a result of “this afternoon Andrew Cuomo resigned.”

“Don’t let the door hit you on the butt on the way out,” he mentioned to cheers from his viewers, quipping, “But if it does, that door should also resign.”

Colbert then poked enjoyable at how Cuomo stays in energy for another 14 days, admitting it was “for reasons that I do not understand.”

“Evidently he gave himself two weeks’ notice,” he mentioned to laughter.

After detailing lots of the sexual harassment accusations from 11 girls, the present replayed a few of the exiting governor’s press convention by which he nonetheless maintained he had “never crossed the line with anyone.”

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Stephen Colbert jabbed at Cuomo, remarking that “Evidently he gave himself two weeks’ notice,”

“Cuomo took full responsibility for his actions — sort of?” Colbert quipped, making it clear he didn’t agree.

The left-leaning funnyman then mocked Cuomo for suggesting that he “didn’t realize” that he had crossed “a line that has been redrawn.”

“I don’t know exactly what line he’s talking about, but hopefully he’ll explain it in his new book, ‘Andrew and the Purple Crayon,’” Colbert joked of the governor who made millions from his book portray him as a hero through the COVID pandemic regardless of the scandal of nursing home deaths.

“Warning — that’s not a crayon in his hand,” Colbert joked of the mocked-up cartoon of the accused perv. “But it is purple.”

Colbert additionally famous how Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul “will be taking the seat vacated by Cuomo,” including after a pause, “Hopefully after putting a towel down first.”

Seth Meyers
Seth Meyers mocked Gov. Andrew Cuomo – and CNN for its perspective towards host Chris Cuomo.

Seth Meyers additionally began “Late Night” by laughing on the resignation — and knocking CNN, the community under-fire for permitting star host Chris Cuomo to disregard the scandal whereas moonlighting to assist his brother.

“Cuomo announced today that he will resign amid multiple allegations of sexual harassment, so tune in to CNN tonight for … I don’t know, a rerun of the History of the Sitcom?” Meyers joked at Late Night.

Amy Poehler then broke into his monologue to hitch the joking about “Cuomo go-go,” with the pair discussing the quite a few methods the governor justified touching his accusers.

Jimmy Fallon additionally began “The Tonight Show” by calling it a “big day here in New York as Andrew Cuomo announced that he’s resigning as governor.”

“During his remarks, he said that it was best that he step aside — and then every woman in the room took two steps aside,” he deadpanned.

After sharing the same “two weeks’ notice” gag as Colbert, Fallon mentioned, “It’s gonna be tough for Cuomo — with a track record like this, his only future is either president or Supreme Court justice.”

Jimmy Fallon
ON the Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon joked that given Gov. Cuomo’s monitor document, “his only future is either president or Supreme Court justice.”

He additionally took a dig at CNN, saying that proper after Hochul “was announced as New York’s next governor, CNN offered a prime time show to her sister.”

Fallon mentioned that “the news definitely can’t get any worse for powerful guys named Andrew” — slicing to a information announcement about UK royal Prince Andrew being sued by his long-term intercourse accuser.

“Ok, it can get worse. Today the queen called Harry and Meghan and was like, ‘Can I crash with you for a while?’” he joked.

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