The actor gives the president's thoughts a menacing supervillain vibe at Stephen Colbert's request.
Commentary: Cambridge Analytica doesn't escape the late-night host's scorn either, as Colbert can't help marveling at the mess.
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Commentary: In honor of World Oceans Day, the Virgin Galactic founder disrobes in front of comedian Stephen Colbert. Branson also offers to send President Trump into space.
Commentary: After the president tells Time that the late-night host is a "no-talent," Colbert celebrates -- and demands the president's resignation.
Commentary: The late-night host says that, though he used some choice words, he merely has jokes. Trump has nuclear codes.
Commentary: The fire jokes won't die, as the late-night host presents a parody ad.
Commentary: Appearing with Stephen Colbert, the comedian explains the nuances of lying. The video is soaring up YouTube's trending chart.
Commentary: The late-night host compares the situation Congress hath wrought to staying at a hotel that doesn't have locked doors.
Commentary: In an excoriation of the president's speech to Congress, the late night host realizes when the president thinks that America was truly great.
Technically Incorrect: What else are late-night hosts to do but muse on the new administration?
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