On Tuesday’s Late Late Show, James Corden broke down the most important election of the month: TIME’s Person of the Year poll. TIME’s editors will choose the winner, but they’ve given readers an opportunity to have their say. Readers have chosen Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders. “This is ironic, because I’m not sure Bernie Sanders has ever been online,” says Corden. “If he wanted to vote for himself, he would have to go to the library.”
Donald Trump has, of course, come out saying the Person of the Year should be Donald Trump. He even dared them to do it, saying, “They can’t do it. Even if I deserve it, they can’t do it,” acting like a rejected prom queen who doesn’t “even care.” Corden advises, “that is also the thought process you should have when you’re thinking of voting for Trump for president. ‘I can’t do it. Even if he deserves it, I can’t do it!'” Trump, meanwhile, hasn’t even won the Republican nomination, but “he’s already made an attack ad on Hillary Clinton, who he’s not even running against.” The ad shows Hillary laughing over images of fire. “You can make anyone look like a bad person if you superimpose their face over burning stuff,” says Corden, before proving this claim with Minions, Elmo, and more.