TODAY   |  November 08, 2012

Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert skewer election results

The TODAY anchors take a look at late-night comedians’ reactions to the election, from David Letterman and Stephen Colbert to Jimmy Fallon and Jay Leno.

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>>> they had a field day with the campaign. how are the hosts of the late-night show reacting to the results of the presidential election ? take a look.

>> well, it's over. and as usual, a guy from kenya won.

>> congratulations to president obama on being reelected president of the united states . so congratulations. turns out it is not all bad news for the republicans, i guess it seems depression is covered by obama care. so it will be covered.

>> so evidently you don't listen to anything i say! i've been bringing you the truth now for seven years! and how do you repay me? four more years of hope and change.

>> big night for the democrats, obama won the electoral vote and the popular vote , mitt romney on the other side won the unpopular vote.

>> just because obama won the blue states up here, he's the president of all of them now? look romney won all that red stuff. why don't we elect our president on square footage ?

>> president obama did well with women beating romney by 11 binders. he had 11 binders.

>> you forgot about the latino vote, 60% of latinos voted for me.

>> which is odd since 80% of latinos worked for me.

>> one republican leader said his party is quote, too old, too white, and too male. yeah. you can read the rest of his comments on his myspace page.

>> and vice president joe biden said today now that the election is over, he is going to take a vacation. you've been vice president for four years, that is your vacation.

>> life is weird.

>> you know what? i'm just going to focus on the good times. remember that first debate?

>> yep. you remember right now?

>> burn notice. that one hurt.

>> burned you.

>> that laugh at the end.

>> what are they going to talk about now on late