"Late Night" host Seth Meyers last night took a "Closer Look" at presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's clinching said nomination.
"Hillary Clinton won four of the six contests [Tuesday] night," Meyers explained, "and secured a majority of pledged delegates, winning at least three million more votes than Bernie Sanders in becoming the Democrat's presumptive nominee for president."
"Let's take a moment to acknowledge how truly historic this is. A woman has never before been the presidential nominee of a major party in this country," he continued. "Regardless of who you support or how you feel about Hillary Clinton, it's a remarkable feat and a breakthrough for women and girls everywhere."
Watch the full segment below: