slammed President Donald Trump
for his joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin
Colbert shared several reactions of the press conference from the media and how their “reviews” are the worst he’s seen since the Titanic- not the movie, the actual Titanic. He accused the president of “throwing the intelligence community under the bus” and throwing it “in reverse and turned them into road burger.”
The Late Show
host then blasted the president for believing in Putin’s “very strong” denial that his country meddled in the 2016 election.
“‘Boo all you want, but he’s extremely strong and powerful,'” Colbert impersonated Trump. “He does not skip leg day and I know because right now, I’m smooching his glutes.”
Colbert told his audience he’s not “used to the president telling the truth” in reference to Putin’s admission that he did want Trump to win the election. He Continue reading "Colbert: Putin’s World Cup Gift Was Nice, But He ‘Still Has a Set of Trump’s Balls’"
On Wednesday night,
reacted to the announcement of Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy
‘s retirement, and he wasn’t too thrilled about it.
“I never thought I’d say this… but you’re only 81!” Colbert exclaimed. “You know what they say, they say 81 is the new 79! And don’t tell me your mind’s going. Because I’ve read Bush v. Gore and Citizens United, you never had one!”
Colbert called the retirement of Justice Kennedy a “seismic political event” since he was the deciding vote in many SCOTUS rulings and the vacant seat gives President Donald Trump
the opportunity to nominate a second conservative judge.
“Oh, we are supremely screwed,” Colbert told his audience. “I look forward to Wolf Blitzer
in 2021, ‘In the end, this Supreme Court case will be decided by the swing vote, Justice Meatloaf
The Late Show
host blasted the recent SCOTUS rulings Continue reading "Colbert Trashes Justice Kennedy: ‘Don’t Tell Me Your Mind’s Going… You Never Had One!’"
had quite the reaction to President Trump
after he blasted him and other late-night talk show hosts at a recent rally.
Trump took a moment
during the South Carolina rally Monday to blast “lost soul” Jimmy Fallon
, “no talent” Jimmy Kimmel
, as well as the “lowlife” Late Show
Well, Colbert took exception to Trump’s assertion that the “guy on CBS” has “no talent.”
“Hey, Mr. President. I will not stand here and let you talk that way about James Corden
!” Colbert exclaimed. He is very talented! He sings! He dances! Have you seen his Carpool Karaoke with Paul McCartney
It didn’t take Colbert long to realize that Trump was referring to himself.
“But I’ll say this: I think he called me ‘The guy on CBS’ because he’s afraid to say my name,” Colbert continued. “Yeah. This rally was in South Carolina… I Continue reading "Colbert Fires Back At Trump For Attacks Against ‘That Guy on CBS’: ‘James Corden is Very Talented!’"
Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, and Conan O’Brien are now all “colluding” to go after President Donald Trump.
The trio worked together in The Late Show‘s cold open on Tuesday night, as they talked to figure out good comebacks to use against against Trump, as he has been on a tear against late night talk show hosts recently.
The bit came after Fallon voiced his regret for having Trump on the Tonight Show in the past for a playful, friendly interview. In response to the remark, the president lobbed the following insults toward Fallon on Twitter:
Stephen Colbert slammed Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders for her response to being kicked out of the Red Hen restaurant over the weekend.
Colbert began by saying his “heart goes out to her” because she was “separated from her appetizer.”
“She doesn’t even know where it is right now!” Colbert exclaimed. “What if it’s getting cold?!?”
The Late Show host then went after Sanders for the tweet she made addressing the ordeal, specifically when she claimed she does her best to treat people she even disagrees with “respectfully.”
During his rally in South Carolina,
went on a surreal tangent in which the late night comedians from each of the big three networks.
For the last few days, Trump has been complaining about Fallon
with regard to the infamous 2016 interview in which the NBC funnyman ruffled the then-candidate’s hair. Fallon has expressed regret for how he humanized Trump amid his various political controversies, and Trump responded by complaining about his hair being messed up.
When Trump brought this up on Monday night, he sarcastically remarked that Fallon is “going to lose all of us” for being sorry about the interview. He went on to trash Stephen Colbert
as a “lowlife,” and said Jimmy Kimmel
is “terrible” has “no talent.”
“Honestly, are these people funny?” Trump asked. “I can laugh at myself. Frankly, if I couldn’t, I’d be in big trouble. But they’re no talent. Continue reading "WATCH: Trump Bashes ‘Lowlife’ Colbert, ‘Lost Soul’ Fallon, and ‘No Talent’ Kimmel in Surreal Rally Speech"
dished about an awkward encounter he recently had with Speaker Paul Ryan
Rogen began by explaining out of nowhere, he received a phone call from Mitt Romney
and invited the actor, who is an advocate for a cure to Alzheimer’s disease, to speak at a summit about brain health, which he agreed to attend.
He told Stephen Colbert
how almost all of the attendees were Republicans and during the event, two teenagers approached Rogen and asked to take a picture with him. But then he was “put into a pickle.”
“They said, ‘Our dad wants to meet you.’ And I turn around and Paul Ryan was walking towards me,” Rogen said. “My whole body puckered, I tensed up. And I didn’t know what to do! And he came over, just grabbed my hand. And I’m just, like, ‘I’m shaking his hand, I don’t know what to do. Continue reading "Seth Rogen Says He Turned Down Paul Ryan’s Request For a Photo: I Told Him ‘No Way, Man!’"