A recent poll showed that as few as 12% of Americans approve of the Senate Republicans’ bill. “Twelve percent? His health-care bill is an iPhone in a horror movie,” Meyers said of the low battery notification. “It’s going to hit zero and everyone is going to die.”
In order to raise support, the president has spoken quite often about the bill, including during a visit this week with the Chicago Cubs, but he always speaks in very vague terms about the details of the bill. “He sounds like a high school student who didn’t read the book, or have the book, or know how to read,” Meyers joked.
Trump has even tried to win support within the Senate by telling worried Republicans they will get whatever they want out of the bill. “He’s less like a CEO and more like a mall Santa,” Meyers said. “A bike? Sure. Train set? No problem. I’m not real? You guessed it.”