Click here for reuse options! The "Late Night" host was in rare form Tuesday night. As President Trump strode towards the podium Tuesday night, Stephen Colbert couldn't help but wonder: "Any chance there's a mistake and 'Moonlight' is the president?" the "Late Night" host asked, referencing Sunday night's now-infamous Oscars gaffe. Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert hosted a live “Late Show” Tuesday night to follow President Donald Trump’s first formal address to the joint session of Congress ? a State of the Union–esque speech for first-year presidents. As Colbert explained the situation during his monologue: “Now, technically, this was not a ‘State of the Union’... Show More Summary
"We can at least all agree on one thing: one down, seven to go"
“The theme of the speech was Renewal of the American Spirit," quipped Colbert, "which I have to say just sounds like a Chinese bootleg of Make America Great Again.”
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President Donald Trump received some glowing reviews for his speech to Congress on Tuesday night, his first major address as president since the inauguration, with people noting that he sounded "presidential." But Stephen Colbert aired...Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert deconstructed President Donald Trump’s address to the joint session of Congress on a live Late Show. But first, he chastized CNN for trolling the nation moments before the speech with the caption: “Trump Leaves the White House Soon.” “That’s not right!” Colbert complained of the tease. Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert was live on The Late Show after President Trump’s address to Congress, which was as “presidential” and “Reaganesque” as all of his other hateful, ideologically contradictory speeches. Fortunately, Colbert wasn't as willing to fall for the polished traps as other members of the media. Show More Summary
As promised, Stephen Colbert went live with Late Show with Stephen Colbert after Trump's big ultra-nationalist Congressional address. While some are calling the speech Trump's most presidential moment yet because he was able to successfully...Show More Summary
Donald Trump delivered his first speech to both houses of Congress last night. And while some pundits were impressed that he didn't commit more than one crushing gaffe, Stephen Colbert was not one of them as he said last night on The...Show More Summary
UPDATED with video: Team Trump "set a couple goals for themselves tonight; they wanted to demonstrate President Trump could give a speech other than berating people at a campaign rally," President Obama's White House Press SecretaryShow More Summary
The Hollywood Reporter recaps: Stephen Colbert kicked off Tuesday’s episode with a Trump and Oscars joke wrapped into one: “Any chance there’s a mistake and Moonlight is the president?” After Trump addressed Congress on Tuesday, Colbert’s Late Show went live to discuss Trump’s speech, mixed in with the events of Sunday. Show More Summary
It’s interesting that the liberal media props up late-night television hosts like Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart, as if they have added value other than their comedy routines and monologues. Stewart, who is not shy about his liberal ideals, said the following about the media and their relationship with President Trump: “You know what I […]
Mr. Colbert ran through the key moments of the speech, offering some caustic commentary.
President Donald Trump’s first major address to Congress on Tuesday night did not leave Stephen Colbert feeling inspired. The speech’s central theme may have been the “renewal of the American spirit,” but the “Late Show” host said it...Show More Summary
Bitter, far-left comedian Stephen Colbert hosted a live Late Show on Tuesday following President Trump’s address to a Joint Session of Congress and panned it during his monologue but later conceded that it was “a perfectly good speech” that honored our troops.
It’s worth remembering that just a few months ago, informed sources had Stephen Colbert being just another so-so ratings week away from surrendering his timeslot to later-night host James Corden. Now, though, the host of CBS’s “The Late Show” is riding high, fresh off of a February in which he...
Following President Trump’s first speech to congress on Tuesday night, Stephen Colbert went live on the Late Show. Though he and his writers didn’t have much time to work on jokes after the prime time address, Colbert managed to deliver over 12 minutes of comedy about the speech during his ... More »
Cue the sad trombone, folks. Despite the best efforts by Stephen Colbert, Bill Maher, Rachel Maddow, and other lefties, the “big three” of ABC, CBS, and NBC offered positive reviews of President Trump’s “profoundly different” Tuesday night speech to a Joint Session of Congress that “rested on words, including rebirth, hope, opportunity, and common good.”