"Late Night" host Seth Meyers last night took a "Closer Look" at Tuesday's Northeast and mid-Atlantic primary results.
On the Republican side, the Trump train powered through all five states -- including in Connecticut, where GOP caboose John Kasich won just a couple of towns.
"John Kasich did so badly, they were tracking individual towns to find votes for him," Meyers said. "Governor, great news! You swept Maple Street! It's worth .001 delegates."
Once again flanked by Gov. Chris Christie, Trump gave a relatively middle-of-the-road victory speech during which he alleged that, "If Hillary Clinton were a man, I don't think she'd get five percent of the vote."
"Trump is less popular with women than the guy in the office who keeps saying he gives the best back rubs," Meyers responded.
"Hillary aside, this is the kind of shit women have to put up with every day," he continued. "After breaking through systemic barriers and cultural and institutional sexism built up over generations, if a woman achieves anything, she's told, 'Oh, well, it's only because you're a woman."
Watch the full segment below: