Seth Meyers took on the author of the anti-Hillary Clinton book, Peter Schweizer, Thursday night.
“There are only three kinds of books that still sell — books about wizards, books about bondage, and books about Clintons…which is why the next book I’m writing is “50 Shades of Bill: Prisoner of Azkaban.”
Meyers’ noted the author of “Clinton Cash” is biased against Clinton, having previously worked as a consultant for the Bush administration, foreign policy advisor to Sarah Palin, and author of several books negative about liberals.
“Clearly it’s hard to tell if he has any bias,” Meyers’ said, later responding to Schweizer’s accusation that liberals whine.
“I don’t think that’s any fair!” he shrieked with some self ridicule.
Meyers said Clinton has built up an immunity to attacks over decades in the spotlight. And if this book doesn’t find the smoking gun to take her down, don’t sweat it, he said. He’s sure another anti-Clinton book out soon will do the trick.
“Email Forwards From Your Grandpa,” came up on the screen, a playful nod to the email controversy from March, and the imaginative scenario of Clinton’s granddaughter Charlotte receiving emails from grandaddy Bill.