The man, the myth, the TV personality, Stephen Colbert has been having a field day trolling the Republican party during their Republican National Convention this weekend. “How did we get here, my friend?”
These factors have led some – including notorious radio shock jock Howard Stern – to wonder if Corden was primed to take over “The Late Show”, leaving Colbert admittedly disappointed. It was only the night before that she’d given the speech.
As seen after Colbert was forced offstage, the person taking the video, or someone standing very close, thought that his stunt was hilarious. Mostly, I just try to block them or report them if it’s scary. But clearly the big-ticket item (and mic-drop line) was, “The only way you’re worth $10 billion is if I paid you nine and a half billion to wash my balls!” An impression is only as good as the skit and I’m so grateful to them for giving me that material, putting that dress together. When a security guard motioned to take him off the stage, Colbert said, “I know I’m not supposed to be up here, but let’s be honest, neither is Donald Trump”.
Do you think you’ll be getting a call from Saturday Night Live? “On the playground is where I spent most of my days”. Some of the things that they were saying were hilarious to me, talking about acceptance of Muslims and African-Americans and Mexicans, basically the opposite of everything they’ve been talking about.
One man couldn’t believe that Trump did, in fact, say, “My fingers are long and lovely”. When asked if Trump was their first choice, many said no. There are only a handful of people telling me what a terrible person I am.
I mean, that’s the highest compliment anyone could ever give me.