Lev Parnas has spent the last two days implicating just about everyone in President Trump's orbit — from Trump himself to his lawyer Rudy Giuliani to his kids, not to mention several Cabinet secretaries, the attorney general, and the vice president — in a corrupt scheme to boost Trump's electoral prospects by procuring dirt on his leading Democratic rival. In mob parlance, he has been singing. The Late Show ran with that to kick of Thursday's show, borrowing from the Harry Belfonte song "Jump in the Line."
Despite the trio at the end, Trump and his aides claim they don't believe Parnas.
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