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Seven Stories Lefty Stephen Colbert Won’t Find Funny

Stephen Colbert is tan, rested and rarin’ to go back to work. Which means he’s torching President Donald Trump once more in his opening monologues following his summer break. Yes, the President makes it easy with his broad statements and politically-charged decrees. It also makes The Late Show with Stephen Colbert the most predictable hour on television. Here’s his Wednesday night monologue.
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