The “Late Late Show” host razzed the tech giant for the anticlimactic news that it would set up headquarters in New York and the Washington metro area.
“Donald Trump is a well-known stickler for fire safety, because with all the hair spray he’s easily the most flammable president in U.S. history,” Stephen Colbert said.
“The fact that the White House press secretary is promoting this doctored video is reprehensible, and grounds for dismissal,” Stephen Colbert said.
Bee admitted that she had felt confident Hillary Clinton would win the presidency in 2016, and said, “I certainly won’t make that mistake again.”
Five days before the midterms, Fallon and other late-night hosts were exhibiting signs of campaign-season fatigue.
Accusations of sexual misconduct against Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, are unraveling.
Colbert joined other late-night hosts in criticizing President Trump’s response to the violent attacks that have taken place in recent days.
Jimmy Kimmel and other late-night hosts criticized President Trump after a report revealed his phone calls were sometimes intercepted by foreign spies.
President Trump’s first response to the attempted bombings of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama was to retweet the vice president’s statement.