Ex-White House Communication Director Anthony Scaramucci renounces elements within the White House he perceives as encouraging white supremacist ideology in an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
On Monday's broadcast of CBS's The Late Show, host Stephen Colbert interviewed former Vice President Al Gore about Hillary Clinton losing 2016 and global warming. "I spoke to her after the election," Gore said about Clinton. "She's going to be fine. The country is another matter." Colbert finished the interview by asking the failed 2000 presidential candidate if there is hope for the future. "We'be got to go, but the most important question I could ask is I know a lot of young people who are feeling somewhat hopeless about this and they read articles and magazines or see interviews on TV and they hear it is too late. You know, don't even have kids because you will only help destroy the planet and there will be no future for them. Is there hope, Al Gore?" the late night show asked.
CBS's 'Late Show' host Stephen Colbert delivered a message to the president on Monday's edition of his show: "I have something to say here. Donald Trump, if you're watching, first of all: you're a bad President, please resign," said Colbert. "Second, please, please, please don't take Sean Spicer from us! Where am I going to get my daily dose of veiled anger and condescension?"
CBS Late Show host Stephen Colbert doubled down on the explicit monologue he delivered on Monday's show where he said the only thing President Trump's mouth is good for is "being Vladimir Putin's c*ck holster." Wednesday night, the host said, "while I would do it again, I would change a few words that were cruder than they needed to be." "I don't regret that," the host said of Monday's remarks. "Folks, if you saw my monologue on Monday, you know that I was a little upset with Donald Trump for insulting a friend of mine. So at the end of that monologue I had a few choice insults for the president in return," Colbert told his audience. "Now, I'm not going to repeat the phrase, but I just want to say, for the record, life is short, and anyone who expresses their love for another person in their own way is, to me, an American hero," Colbert said of himself. "And I think we can all agree on that. I hope even the president and I can agree on that. Nothing else, but that."
CBS: A brash, loud-mouthed, far-right know-it-all has some parting words for a brash, loud-mouthed, far-right know-it-all.
'The Late Show' host Steven Colbert teased the MSNBC host after her 'Al Capone's vault' moment this week with President Trump's tax return. "I hold in my hand something very significant," Colbert said, looking very 'Maddow.' "It is a joke, a joke that we have confirmed has been heard by Donald Trump. We believe this is the first time any joke dealing with Donald Trump has been released." h/t Hollywood Reporter…