Meyers said his show would be on watch to see if Trump keeps his promises.
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Late-night hosts pivoted from candidate Donald Trump to President-elect Trump, combining punch lines and audience group counseling after the billionaire's defeat of Hillary Clinton.NBC's "Tonight" host Jimmy Fallon focused on serving up jokes rather than angst.CBS' "Late Late Show" host James Corden, recalling the excitement of moving from England to America with his wife and son two years ago, said after the "nastiest" of campaigns it was critical to remember the nation's values.Seth Meyers, who had sharply criticized Trump's campaign on his "Late Night" show on NBC, struck a philosophical tone in hashing over Tuesday's election.For now, Meyers is hoping for compassion for all Americans from the Trump administration.I sincerely hope he addresses your concerns," Meyers said. His show will be on watch, he said, to see if Trump fulfills the campaign promises he made.
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