See it: Late night comics take on Rove’s election denial

Updated
Karl Rove's PACs spent an estimated $127 million on ads supporting Mitt Romney.
Karl Rove's PACs spent an estimated $127 million on ads supporting Mitt Romney.
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No post-election reckoning is complete without the input of the late night comedy scene.

For example, The Daily Show took on Karl Rove’s reaction to President Obama winning the state of Ohio. Spoiler alert: Rove doesn’t initially buy it.

Also, we all know that “red states” take up more space on the electoral map than “blue states,” right? Any guesses which late night host thinks square footage should be part of the equation in deciding who wins the election?

Finally, one late-night host weighed in on the all-important concession phone call. We’ll likely never know what really went down when Mitt Romney called President Obama to concede the election on Tuesday night, but Jimmy Fallon has a potential scenario.

Check out the Hardball Sideshow for the post-election roundup of late night comedy.

See it: Late night comics take on Rove's election denial

Updated