Buttigieg talks attracting Trump supporters on 'Late Night with Seth Meyers'

Another appearance on national TV is in the books for South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg.

The presidential candidate was on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" Thursday to talk about several topics, including the Mueller report and attracting President Donald Trump's supporters.

"People are more susceptible to those messages of racism and xenophobia if they also feel a certain level of insecurity or uncertainty in their economic and social lives," Buttigieg said. "So, what I think we've got to do is reach out to those voters, reminding them we're the ones trying to get you a raise, trying to get you paid and family leave, we're the ones trying to stop the Republican Congress from taking away your health care."

There was another aspect some eagle-eyed observes may have noticed from Thursday night's show.

Viewers who looked closely at Seth Meyers' desk may have seen something familiar. On the right side of the desk was the bright yellow 16 Morning News mug.