"Trump sings the National Anthem the way the rest of us sing 'Despacito,'" Seth Meyers jokes.
President Donald Trump attended the college football national championship game in Atlanta Monday and late-night hosts couldn't help but become hysterical over Trump's apparent lack of knowledge of our country's national anthem.
"Trump sings the National Anthem the way the rest of us sing 'Despacito,'" NBC late-night host Seth Meyers joked.
In the video that went viral Tuesday, Trump is pictured standing proud with his hand over his heart and moving his lips without really singing any of the words.
"The Late Show with Stephen Colbert"
Colbert noticed that sports fans were debating what the president was really saying during the National Anthem so he decided to settle it by rolling a clip he dubbed as Trump's "isolated vocals."
The video showcased a voice that sounds identical to Trump's, singing lyrics that you may or may not find on his Twitter feed.
Some of the highlights: "Boobs shake and butt stuff" and "How much does that Sloppy Steve Bannon weigh?"
"Late Night with Seth Meyers"
Meyers was baffled that the president, who previously criticized athletes for taking a knee during the national anthem, didn't even know the lyrics.
"You would think that a man who ran on a platform of pure patriotism, and who spent months lecturing athletes on respecting the national anthem would, at the very least, know the words to the anthem," Meyers said.
After the late-night host reviewed how much the president really struggled to get the lyrics out, Meyers joked that he looks like us singing a song in another language.
"Oh my God, Trump sings the national anthem the way the rest of us sing 'Despacito,'" he said. "Seriously, how can you be President and not know the words to the national anthem? That's like being Peyton Manning and not knowing the words to the Nationwide jingle."
"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon"
Fallon began his monologue by congratulating the Alabama football team for coming out on top after a 13-point deficient.
"I'm just happy to be talking about Alabama and 13 and not be talking about Roy Moore," the NBC late-night host joked.
But after rolling a clip of Trump at the game, Fallon looked physically uncomfortable and offered a theory as to why this may have occurred.
"Trump denied that he forgot the words and said that he never knew the words to begin with," Fallon said before breaking out his best Trump impression. "You can't forget what you never knew."
"The Late Late Show with James Corden"
Corden couldn't stop laughing while watching Trump struggle to sing "The Star-Spangled Banner."
"He looks like the guy who jumped on stage at a karaoke bar to sing 'Despacito' and then suddenly remembered that he can't speak Spanish," Corden joked.
In his defense, Corden said he may have just been distracted by trying to compose his upcoming string of tweets. But nonetheless, he is the president and not knowing the lyrics to the National Anthem is "disrespectful."
"And what should we do with someone like that," Corden asked before rolling a clip of Trump saying, "When somebody disrespects our flag, we say, 'Get that son of a bitch off the field right now. Out. He's fired.'"
"Alright, if you say so," Corden said.