Trump slams Stephen Colbert, calls him a ‘filthy,’ ‘no-talent guy’


President Donald Trump went after Stephen Colbert after a late night horde made a wanton fun about him on his uncover May 3.

“You see a no-talent man like Colbert. There’s zero humorous about what he says,” Trump told Time Thursday. “And what he says is filthy. And we have kids watching.”

Trump pronounced Colbert’s comments “only build adult my base” and “helps me.”

“The man was dying,” Trump added. “By a way, they were going to take him off television, afterwards he started aggressive me and he started doing better.”

Colbert, whose uncover front during 11:35 p.m. ET, squandered no time responding to Trump’s talk observant “I won” on his uncover Thursday night.

“Mr. Trump, there’s a lot we don’t understand, though we never suspicion one of those things would be uncover business. Don’t we know I’ve been perplexing for a year to get we to contend my name? And we were really restrained, superbly restrained. But now we did it… we won.”

The argument began when Colbert done a obscene anxiety to Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, that stirred calls for a protest and an FCC investigation. Colbert pronounced dual nights after that he competence have altered some of his language, but didn’t apologize for a attack; a late-night horde pronounced he was indignant with how Trump treated CBS “Face a Nation” horde John Dickerson in an interview.

The FCC did not lapse Fox News’ ask for criticism per their investigation.

According to Neilsen, Colbert’s CBS “Late Show” had a widest domain of feat over NBC’s “Tonight” uncover given Colbert’s entrance week in Sep 2015. The CBS uncover averaged 3.06 million viewers final week, that was adult 12 percent from a prior week.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.