Trump skewered by Stephen Colbert during ‘Late Show’ monologue


During President Donald Trump’s coming on “Face The Nation” on Sunday, Trump told horde John Dickerson he considers a uncover to be “fake media” and that he refers to it as “Deface The Nation.” That did not lay good with “The Late Show” horde Stephen Colbert who jumped to Dickerson’s invulnerability during his digression on Monday. 

“Donald Trump, John Dickerson is a fair-minded publisher and one of a many efficient people who will ever travel into your office, and we provide him like that?” Colbert fumed. “John Dickerson has approach too most grace to trade insult with a President of a United States to his face, though we sir, am no John Dickerson.”

He pronounced as a member of a CBS family it was his avocation to mount adult for Dickerson.

“When we insult one member of a CBS family, we insult us all! Bazinga!” Colbert said, regulating a obvious “Big Bang Theory” catchphrase.

He continued, “Mr. President, we adore your presidency, we call it ‘Disgrace The Nation.’ You’re not a POTUS, you’re a ‘gloat-us.’ You’re a pig with a button. You’re a unchanging ‘Gorge Washington.’ You’re a ‘presi-dunce’ though you’re branch into a genuine ‘prick-tator.’”

Colbert also quipped, “The usually thing smaller than your hands is your taxation returns, and we can take that any approach we want.”