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Stephen Colbert additionally thinks Trump’s nationwide emergency lacks a little bit, er, emergency

Trump’s state of emergency seems a bit, well, not much of an emergency. You might’ve figured that one out already, but Stephen Colbert was just as perplexed at Trump’s casual demeanour during his press conference on Friday, announcing the national emergency. “I’m sorry Mr. President. You were in the middle of telling us we were...CONTINUE READING
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Invoice and Melinda Gates get requested whether or not billionaires must exist

Should billionaires actually be a thing? That was one of the first questions Stephen Colbert put to Bill and Melinda Gates during their appearance on The Late Show on Tuesday, where they spoke about philanthropy and taxing the wealthy. “I think you can make the tax system take a much higher portion from people with...CONTINUE READING
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Stephen Colbert rips into Trump’s tweets about his day by day ‘government time’

Ever wondered how Trump spends the majority of his days? Well, according to a recent leak, a big chunk of his daily schedule involves something mysteriously known as “executive time”. “He’s been particularly Twitter-rific lately which is no surprise, considering recent leaks revealed Trump’s schedule is 60% ‘executive time’,” Colbert says in the clip above....CONTINUE READING
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Stephen Colbert destroys Trump’s State of the Union 1 clip at a time

If for some terrible reason you happened to miss Trump’s State of the Union address on Tuesday, fear not — Stephen Colbert has you covered. In the 15-minute clip from The Late Show above, Colbert breaks down the, er, highlights from the speech. If you can’t even face the recap, though, the TL;DW version is...CONTINUE READING
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Steve Carell and Stephen Colbert invade every different’s non-public area for an excessively intimate interview

For old friends Steve Carell and Stephen Colbert, a regular sit-down talk show interview is just not quite personal enough.  That’s why the pair decided to get right up close and personal inside a cardboard box labelled “personal space,” for an interview on The Late Show.  Inside the “personal space,” Carell and Colbert discussed topics...CONTINUE READING
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Ellen Web page slams Mike Pence’s anti-LGBTQ perspectives with emotional speech about hate

Ellen Page has a lot to say about what happens when hate fuels politics.   On The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the actress delivered an emotional speech about how the Trump administration, and in particular Vice President Mike Pence, is actively hurting LGBTQ people.  “When you are in a position of power, and you...CONTINUE READING
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Stephen Colbert provides chilly climate tricks to the folk of Chicago

It’s damn cold in Chicago, as the Midwest sits in the midst of a polar vortex.  In fact, with temperatures hitting -22 degrees Fahrenheit (-30 degrees Celsius) on Wednesday, with a wind chill of -49 degrees Fahrenheit (-45 degrees Celsius), it’s so cold in the city that in order to keep the tracks running, crews...CONTINUE READING
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Stephen Colbert brutally mocks Trump’s failed try to get his wall

In the wake of a government shutdown that’s said to have cost the U.S. economy billions of dollars, Stephen Colbert is taking some time to reflect on what Donald Trump has actually achieved. It doesn’t sound like he’s too impressed, either. “Ah yes, the negotiator-in-chief,” says Colbert in the clip above, before launching into his...CONTINUE READING
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Sarah Paulson discusses which ‘Glass’ actor has the most important ‘fantasy in their grandeur’ IRL

Acting in a big budget Hollywood movie means you’re likely to be surrounded by some pretty big personalities. Just ask Sarah Paulson. Not only is she a very big character herself, but she just starred in M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass alongside Bruce Willison, Samuel L. Jackson and James McAvoy. And the question Stephen Colbert wants...CONTINUE READING
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Mary Poppins hunts zombies in a post-Brexit apocalypse in kinda believable ‘Past due Display’ comic strip

At this point it seems like nobody really knows what will actually happen when the UK leaves the European Union. If we are to believe this dystopian sketch on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, we are heading for a full-on zombie apocalypse.  But luckily, in Colbert’s version of post-Brexit dystopia, we still have British...CONTINUE READING
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