Late Night Blasts Ted Cruz’s Post-Cancún Photograph Op

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Most late-night hosts have been off final week when Senator Ted Cruz of Texas took his premature journey to Cancún, Mexico, after a brutal winter storm that left millions of people within the state with out power or water. With the photograph ops the senator staged again in Texas this weekend, there was even more Cruz content material to work with.

“Ted Cruz is the husband who sits on his couch watching football all day, then sees his wife unloading a car full of groceries, waits until there’s one bag left in the trunk, then goes outside and says, ‘Oh, can I help?’” Seth Meyers joked on Monday.

“Like many of Ted Cruz’s attempts to mimic human behavior, this one was Ted on arrival.” — JIMMY KIMMEL

“Only Ted Cruz would think he can repair his image by touching a maskless constituent two days after getting off an international flight.” — JIMMY KIMMEL

“Also, we’re in a pandemic. Shaking hands, handing out water, serving food? Right now a Carnival Cruise is safer than a Ted Cruz.” — JIMMY FALLON

“Yeah, it seemed like an OK gesture until everyone noticed the label on the bottle said ‘Ritz Carlton Cancún.’ A little souvenir.” — JIMMY FALLON

“Yup, the photo op didn’t work out too well. Most people just drove away when he tried showing them his vacation photos.” — JIMMY FALLON

“Actually, Cruz wanted to do more, but he had a parasailing lesson at 3, so.” — JIMMY FALLON

Jimmy Fallon instructed just a few podcasts value listening to, together with Shaquille O’Neal studying love poems and the extremely censored “Family Friendly True Crime Podcast.”

The singer Billie Eilish will chat with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday’s “Late Show.”

Amy Poehler checks in earlier than returning to (nearly) co-host the Golden Globes with Tina Fey this Sunday.

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