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Colin Jost and Michael Che Up Their Garbage Game by Saying Nice Things about Donald Trump

It's been a banner day for this Summer's Eve two-pack. Colin Jost and Michael Che were on the Off-Message podcast this weekend and when asked about Donald Trump, they did something that would come as no shock to anyone who...
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