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Late Night Fears ‘Trump Fever’ After His Indoor Rally in Nevada


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With Covid-19 raging and the election less than 50 days away, late-night hosts honed in on President Trump’s decision to hold an indoor campaign rally in a Las Vegas suburb over the weekend, flouting Nevada’s virus restrictions. Thousands attended, most without wearing masks or social distancing.

“And now you can tell Nevada is on edge, because after the rally, the Bellagio fountain started spraying bleach,” Jimmy Fallon said on Monday’s “Tonight Show.”

“Several major television networks, including CNN, reportedly decided not to send crews to cover President Trump’s indoor rally in Nevada yesterday due to safety concerns, and not, as I had assumed, because it wasn’t news.” — SETH MEYERS

“And this isn’t just about breaking the law. What Donald Trump is doing here is actually dangerous. The last time Trump held an indoor rally, he lost 25 percent of his Black friends.” — TREVOR NOAH, showing a photo of Herman Cain

“Seriously, you know you’re doing something crazy when the state that allows gambling and prostitution’s like, ‘You can’t do that, bro.’” — JIMMY FALLON

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