Monday, October 29, 2012
Like David Letterman, Jimmy Fallon decided to go forward with his show despite the hurricane (and without an audience).
President Obama took one question at the end of his Hurricane Sandy press conference this morning, confirming that he's not nearly as concerned about the impact of the storm on the election as everyone in the political media seems to be.
Jimmy Kimmel could not have picked a worse time to bring his show from LA to Brooklyn, but he's still hoping for the best. UPDATE: Jimmy Kimmel has canceled tonight's show. The Daily Show and The Colbert Report are also off, while Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and the Late Show with David Letterman are still on. ᔥ HuffPost Comedy
Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski hit that campaign trail in New Hampshire to talk to President Obama about his administration's handling of Libya, his nostalgia in the final week of his last campaign and his second term agenda. Scarborough also took this opportunity to call out Republicans' favorite punching bag Nate Silver for being overly confident about Obama's chances.
"Anybody that thinks that this race is anything but a tossup right now is such an ideologue [that] they should be kept away from typewriters, computers, laptops, and microphones for the next ten days, because they're jokes."