Stephen Colbert is shocked, shocked! at Rudy Giuliani’s collusion contusion, and also his crazy eyes
The government shutdown hit Day 27 on Thursday, and The Late Show noted some of the real-world consequences.
One thing President Trump likes about this record government shutdown, though, “is that there’s a chance it might make you forget, for a little while, that there’s this thing called the Russia investigation,” Stephen Colbert said in his monologue. But with the news that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was sending internal polling data to a likely Russian agent, “the links to Russia are wrapping around Trump like a boa constrictor around a Florida grandpa.”
So it’s newsworthy — as well as entertaining — that Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani “basically went on TV and admitted that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia,” Colbert said. “That is so shocking — you saw it — he shocked himself when he heard him say it.” Colbert tried to imitate Giuliani’s crazy eyes, then animated his eyeballs fleeing his head. “Now, that looks bad, but only if we’re going to start counting evidence as proof,” he deadpanned. “Rudy’s comments are just another example of the Trump team moving the goal posts,” sometimes “to a whole different sport: ‘It’s a hole in touchdown, you’re out!'”
Colbert also recapped the crazy story of Michael Cohen paying to rig polls for Trump, and for a vanity Twitter account: “So he paid fake women to say nice things. That’s refreshing — usually he pays real women to say nothing.”
“Remember when Trump said he would run the country like a business?” Jimmy Kimmel asked on Kimmel Live. “Turns out the business was Radio Shack. Trump is desperately trying to pin blame for this shutdown on Democrats. He lashed out this morning, he wrote: ‘The Left has become totally unhinged. They no longer care what …read more
Source:: The Week – Lifestyle