Stephen Colbert doubles down on Trump taunt: ‘I would do it again’


Stephen Colbert is station by a coarse fun he done about President Donald Trump that stirred a amicable media debate #FireColbert.

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Saying on his uncover Wednesday night “I would do it again,” Colbert did concede that he “would change a few difference that were cruder than they indispensable to be.”

“I had a few choice insults for a boss in return. we don’t bewail that,” Colbert said. “He, we believe, can take caring of himself. we have jokes; he has a launch codes. So, it’s a satisfactory fight.”

The “Late Show” star had left off on Trump during his opening digression Monday night, criticizing Trump for abruptly finale an speak with CBS News’ “Face a Nation” horde John Dickerson.

“You have some-more people marching opposite we than cancer,” Colbert said. “You speak like a pointer denunciation chimpanzee that got strike in a head. In fact, a usually thing your mouth is good for is being Vladimir Putin’s c–k holster.”

Fans immediately took emanate with Colbert’s final joke, with some job a comedian homophobic, and perfectionist CBS glow him.

CBS did not lapse Fox News’ ask for comment.

This isn’t a initial time viewers have left on amicable media perfectionist Colbert’s ouster. In 2014, a #CancelColbert hashtag was started after a horde (on Comedy Central with “The Colbert Report” during that point) joked “I am peaceful to uncover #Asian village we caring by introducing a Ching-Chong Ding-Dong Foundation for Sensitivity to Orientals or Whatever,” in a blueprint about Washington Redskins’ owners Daniel Snyder’s pro-Native American charity.

The hashtag debate began when a show’s Twitter comment posted a fun but a context.