For terrified Americans watching Donald Trump lead the polls, Seth Meyers has some words of consolation: "People are not actually going to vote for Trump."
In Tuesday's "Late Night" monologue, Meyers explained that "it's very different telling someone you're voting for Donald Trump and voting for Donald Trump."
"A lot of people answer their phones, and they're like 'who are you going to vote for for president?'" he continued. "People are just angry in general. They're just angry at politics, as usual. They say 'I'm gonna vote for Donald Trump' and then hang up. That counts in the polls."
Meyers compared this phenomenon to getting plastered at a bar and telling all your friends "I'm going to quit my job!!!!!!" Next day at work, it's like nothing ever happened.
Watch the clip courtesy of NBC below: