From the February 29 edition of NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers:
SETH MEYERS (HOST): But, as bad as that was, that wasn't the only shocking thing Trump said this weekend, because at a rally on Friday he proposed dangerous new limits on the First Amendment and freedom of the press.
Sue newspapers and make lots of money? Well, I've got bad news for you, pal. Newspapers don't have any money. It's like suing Radioshack or MC Hammer. So, Trump wants to make America great again by ripping up the thing that made America great in the first place, the Constitution. Now, you might ask, would he really do that? Well, perhaps a clue lies in how many times Trump has praised other actual dictators who have also restricted freedom of speech in their country.
The best thing about that is, even when Donald Trump is praising Kim Jong-un, he's also burning him for being short.
But Trump's praise for dictators is actually very telling, because that's all Trump cares about, power. And judging by his skin, he's almost full, it is time to unplug him. His campaign, long ago, went from entertaining to scary. It's kind of like the movie Snakes on a Plane. Sure, the idea is entertaining. But an actual snake on your actual plane would be terrifying. And that's what's happening now.