Late night: Five guests to watch this week – January 6, 2020

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Elizabeth Warren

Late Night with Seth Meyers

Seth Meyers jumps right back into the middle of politics on Monday night. Senator and Democratic candidate for president Elizabeth Warren is on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Jan. 6.

Senator Warren has made multiple appearances on The Late Show and other late night programs. But Late Night is the one to watch as Meyers is more than willing to pressure politicians and ask as few softball questions as possible. Yes, it is still a comedy show so don’t expect some major revelation to come out of the interview. But at the same time, Meyers understands the importance of these interviews especially now that we are in an election year.

Beyond her own campaign, Senator Warren will undoubtedly be asked to comment on the airstrikes that killed Iran’s top general and President Donald Trump’s impeachment. The senator from Massachusetts has never been shy about criticizing President Trump in person. And there is no better place to do that in the world of late night than Late Night with Seth Meyers. We’ll have to wait to see if Meyers asks Senator Warren to comment more on her fellow Democrats running for president. If you’ve been missing Meyers the past couple of weeks, then this is the show for you.

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