“A constitutional crisis technically requires that one branch of the government push back against another branch,” Colbert said of the move to investigate the Russia inquiry.
A Senate panel released more than 2,000 pages of documents related to the Trump Tower meeting with a Russian lawyer. “You lost me at 2,000 pages,” Fallon imagined the president saying.
Colbert pointed out that the Chinese government had approved a Trump-related project just days before the president tweeted in support of a Chinese telecom.
President Trump said Kim had been “excellent” to the American prisoners he freed, and Noah wondered if Trump had developed Stockholm syndrome.
Bee bid the former New York attorney general good riddance. She also shared a personal story about Charlie Rose, saying he had crossed a line.
Fallon said he complimented Madonna’s outfit at the Catholic Church-themed event. Her reply: “Bless you.”
All the late-night hosts were eager to take Rudolph Giuliani to task on Monday for his inconsistent statements on the Stormy Daniels scandal.
Fallon responded with glee after Giuliani, who works as a lawyer for President Trump, contradicted past statements by Trump during an appearance on Fox News.
Mr. Colbert said that President Trump had dictated a podiatrist’s report, too: “Feet of a god, unless there’s a draft, in which case bone spurs. Sad!”
The queries include “Does impeachment have anything to do with peaches?” and “How do you president?”