Dana Carvey is here to help you cope with John Bolton who joined the White House. Last week, it was announced that the controversial person was appointed to the new national security adviser of Donald Trump a decision that has baffled Dactor diplomats. Bolton has criticized his aggressive political leanings and is currently annoyed at his desire to launch a preemptive strike against North Korea. On Wednesday night Stephen Colbert parodyed the hot-headed Bolton and knocked on his old boss Dana Carvey to taunt the mustachioed leader.
The segment opened with Colbert, who summarized past reports that Bolton was "government analyst and had a history of insulting and undermining anyone who tried to challenge him."
"And remember, that was before that was considered a presidential candidate, "said Colbert, who later characterized Bolton as an" unstable warmonger ". "
Then he invited" Bolton "to speak for himself ̵
" It's very important to me that nobody thinks President Trump hands the keys to the war machine to a hair-raising madman, "Carvey began," because if I heard someone say that, I'd blow it up, fast! Trump gives me the atomic bombs, bladdy-boom! "
Against rumors that he was angry, he defended himself:" I am as gentle and tame as General Snowball. That's the name of my mustache. He's my closest adviser and a brilliant tactician, "he said, and soon exchanged the stache for an even bigger one.
" Will your mustache get bigger? "Colbert asked.
" General Snowball only gets a little swollen, when he smells that a war is imminent. You want action, right, boy? "Carvey purred and stroked the mini-broom over his upper lip."
Carvey's repetition of Bolton ranged between delirious joy and utter rage, and if they appeared in the same segment, he would be the hyper yang to the icy yin of Laura Benanti hopeless Melania Trump. At one point, the fake Bolton got involved in such a temper tantrum that Colbert asked him to calm down. "I'm quiet, Colbert!" Screamed Carvey before he defended himself against the reports of his past behavior.
"Come on, I'm not the madman of the media and my words and behavior make me look," he said, "and to prove it, I'm going to become a puppy