Seth Meyers Ruthlessly Mocks Fox News For Covering Emojis Over Manafort Charges

Rebecca Shapiro
Seth Meyers called out Fox News’ morning show for covering Google’s cheeseburger emoji rather than focusing on Monday morning’s biggest story ― the federal charges brought against President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort and staffer Richard Gates.

Seth Meyers called out Fox News’ morning show for covering Google’s cheeseburger emoji rather than focusing on Monday morning’s biggest story ― the federal charges brought against President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort and staffer Richard Gates.

After playing a clip of “Fox & Friends” host Ainsley Earhardt talking about the cheeseburger emoji (which has apparently caused a stir due to the location of the cheese in relation to the beef), Meyers asked one simple question: “Who cares?”

“Fox News, if you really want to talk about emojis, you could at least focus on the ones that are relevant to the Trump White House,” he said. 

 The “Late Night” host then shared a couple of pertinent emojis that the network should have used instead. 

Check out the full takedown in the clip above.

  • This article originally appeared on HuffPost.