Protests erupted across the country after Donald Trump signed an executive order banning immigrants and refugees to the United States from seven majority-Muslim countries, resulting in mass confusion among government agencies and setting the stage for lengthy legal battles over the order. Seth Meyers tried to put all of Trump's fumbles over recent days into some context on Late Night With Seth Meyers on Monday: "In just the first week of his presidency, Trump has dropped to record-low approval ratings, had two straight weekends of massive nationwide protests, and lost a court battle over a sloppy and discriminatory executive order. Even Trump's staff seemed confused and uninformed about the order."

Watch below as Meyers dissects how Trump's vague platitudes ("I have a very big heart") curdle into sociopathic mantras: "People who actually do have a big heart don't walk around bragging about it. I don't remember Mother Teresa constantly going, 'This is so nice of me, right?!'"

As Meyers summarized toward the end, "It's only been a week, but the Trump administration has already revealed itself to be a government of incompetent authoritarians with nothing but contempt for many of the very basic constitutional principals this country has cherished since its founding."

Jimmy Fallon also touched on the Muslim ban in a segment in which he impersonated Trump, but it sucked. It suuuuuuuuucked. Don't watch it. Go fuck yourself Fallon.