Well a popular convenience store chain might be happy about former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz running for president (more on that from Jimmy Fallon later), but at least one New York City heckler isn’t.
During an interview Monday, Schultz stated that he was considering a run for president as an independent. A heckler in an audience of several hundred people made his thoughts clear: Schultz is a wealthy elitist whose unwanted 2020 bid would only help re-elect President Donald Trump (for the direct quote, see Best of Late Night, above).
Apparently there are plenty on the left who agree. A boycott of Starbucks may be in the works. How would that help 7-Eleven? Late-night comic Fallon gives us a demonstration.
And Stephen Colbert tells us why the billionaire (according to “Forbes” the coffee giant is worth $3.4 billion) may not be as qualified to run for president as he thinks. After all, what’s the first thing you think when you walk into a Starbucks bathroom?
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Fallon reveals one group that’s excited for a Schultz presidential run