Stephen Colbert is known to be President Trump with nocturnal monologues and headlines criticizing the president and his government. But on Thursday night, the "Late Show" host did something he did not do before: Excuse me.
While talking about the popular "Roseanne" revival that returned after a 20-year break this week, Colbert stopped the sitcoms in English: emagazine.credit-suisse.com/app/art … = 1
"The reason why Trump crowed over the odds is because in the show character Roseanne agrees with Donald Trump, and many people have called that refreshing," Colbert says of the show's political approach. "Well, I want 18 million people to see my show."
Therefore, Colbert said he apologizes "sincerely" to Trump and admits that there is something the couple can join in: "CNN lies." The comedian referred to Trump's repeated allegation that the cable television network is spreading "false news".
"I take everything back, I apologize Donald Trump is a great president, come on."
Colbert continues: "Listen to me." Last night we had mine old girlfriend Dana Carvey on the show, and he made a fantastic impression of the new national security adviser John Bolton. "
The next morning, Colbert noted, he noted that CNN wrote an article on the short sketch with the headline:" Who does John Bolton play at SNL? "Colbert then pointed to a screenshot of the headline, which was highlighted in bold.
CNN later issued a correction and updated the headline heading to "Iconic & # 39; SNL & # 39; Star-Spoof's Trump Staffing Pick."
"A headline on our mobile homepage falsely identified this sketch as" SNL. "The skit took place on" The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, "the network said in an online correction." Comedian Dana Carvey shows his impression by President Trump's newly appointed Security Advisor John Bolton. "
" Fake news "Colbert commented on the alleged confusion of the network:" I take everything back. I apologize. Donald Trump is a great president, come on.
Colbert then gave the network a friendly reminder that he is not actually the host of "SNL."
"Come on, CNN – this is not SNL," he continued, as the audience applauded and before Laughter roared. " Unless you think SNL stands for Stephen's Nightly Laughs.
Then he gave some hints to the network to look for "SNL" or "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
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"So you can say that the clip was not on Saturday Night Live: It was a Wednesday we record during the day and we're not live," he said. You have three things wrong in three letters. Nevertheless, it is nice to be recognized. So, thanks, MSNBC. While Colbert indicated he wanted to attract more conservative viewers (like those who watch "Roseanne"), he still continued to jab against the president after Colbert had referred to Trump's speech on Ohio's infrastructure and Repeats an old clip by Trump, in which he said he was always the "best" in construction – even better than president.
"Do not sell yourself short, sir: you suck on both," said Colbert.