JIMMY FALLON: On Monday, Hillary Clinton narrowly won in Iowa, with the final results showing that she beat Bernie Sanders by less than one percent. And you thought Bernie was mad at the one percent before. 'It's always the one percent!'
Actually, Hillary is facing criticism for declaring victory in Iowa prematurely. The final results weren't actually announced until around 1:00 PM on Tuesday, but she declared victory back in April of last year.
After receiving less than one percent support in the Iowa caucuses, Martin O'Malley suspended his presidential campaign. In a related story, the New York Jets have announced that they've decided to not play in the Super Bowl this week.
Over on the Republican side, Ted Cruz made history by becoming the first Hispanic to win the Iowa caucus. Then Cruz said, 'And the first Canadian! I mean, nothing.'
Now, this isn't good, you guys, right here. Experts are saying that the low turnout for Jeb Bush in Iowa means that he spent almost $3000 per vote. Talk about a waste of $6000!