"Late Night" host Seth Meyers last night took a "Closer Look" at the crossfire between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders regarding each other's campaign contributions from the fossil fuel industry.
Responding to cell phone video gone viral of Clinton chewing out a Greenpeace activist at a SUNY Purchase campaign stop last week, Meyers joked, "Usually when someone is that mad at a rope line it's because the bouncer won't let them into the club."
"It's important to note that the role of money in politics goes way beyond any one individual candidate," he continued. "After all, money doesn't always buy votes or win elections. Jeb Bush spent $130 million and couldn't even buy a round of applause."