Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers poke fun at Biden's commencement speech in CT

A sitting president is hardly ever off limits from late-night television hosts, and when it came to President Joe Biden's commencement speech for the United States Coast Guard Academy's class of 2021 graduation on May 19 in New London, Conn., two pundits had a lot to say. 

The theme? Biden's age. 

"Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon opened his monologue by pointing out the length of Biden's speech before the graduates. 

"Biden’s speech lasted about 30 minutes — until a Coast Guard captain fired off a rescue flair like, 'Wrap it up, buddy,'" he said. "Even Navy Seals were looking at the Coast Guard like, 'How’d you make it through that?'"

Fallon also poked fun at the gift the president received for delivering the commencement speech — two swords mounted on a plaque. Showing footage of Biden receiving the gift and saying "I hope I won't need this any time soon," Fallon joked, "He said the same thing at Christmas when his grandkids got him a life alert."

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The comedian later mused about what Biden would use the gift for, which included using it to open a string cheese on his ride home or for "popping bottles of Ensure."

Fallon wasn't the only one to include the president's speech in an opening monologue. On "Late Night with Seth Meyers," the titular host also made a passing joke about Biden's speech. 

"The Coast Guard has changed a lot since Biden was young, but then again, so have the coasts," Meyers said, as a map appeared onscreen of Pangaea — a "supercontinent" that was in existence "299 million to 273 million years ago," according Britannica