Wednesday night's episode of The Late Show got off to another strong start. "President Trump gave his first solo press conference today and all of America quietly moved to the other end of the subway vehicle", he joked.
Elsewhere, Seth Meyers launched a witty tirade against the Republican's "bat-shit crazy" conference, also honing in on the above moment. Colbert's opening monologue and at-desk banter is dominated by jokes and banter that take aim at Trump's missteps.
But, wait, there are more. So Stephen Colbert said, "Any show, anytime, anywhere?"
"Historically weird", James Corden said. "I mean, the hotel dry cleaning bills alone".
So, okay, it was perhaps unorthodox, maybe even a little offputting in style.
"He said Hillary Clinton's name 11 times", Corden said. "Even lovesick teenage boys are like, 'Move on'".
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"The powers of the president to protect our country are very substantial and will not be questioned", Stephen Miller said on CBS' "Face the Nation" on Sunday. "Do you think 306 is larger than 365?" "Trump has been incredibly tough on Russia", Colbert said. Then words failed him. "It really reminds me of Harry Trump, who so famously said: 'Look, I don't know where it's supposed to stop, I was given that buck'". "I was given that buck'". Then Colbert turned to the meat of the news conference, and he let Trump do a lot of the talking.
"I wouldn't say Fallon is now dethroned". I'm personally getting exhausted of typing it.
Like "are you f*cking kidding me", Colbert asked in response. Could you talk to the Congressional Black Caucus? "You don't know all orange people. Hey Donald, can you set up a meeting with Snookie and the Lorax?" "That doesn't mean Nick should be president".
President Trump's promise to change America is already producing results - at least when it comes to late night TV.
The president started out blaming everybody but himself for the chaos in his White House, claiming he inherited a mess.
"Stephen is the ultimate master of ceremonies with award-winning creative talents, and as we've seen the past few months, he has a fearless passion for live television", read an announcement from CBS - the network home of Colbert's nightly show, as well as the next Primetime Emmy broadcast.