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Stephen Colbert: Donald Trump’s Tweets Are a ‘Buffet of Sh–t’

At it again! Stephen Colbert slammed Donald Trump’s latest string of tweets on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Thursday, June 29.

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Colbert, 53, delivered a satirical monologue blasting the president for tweeting on Wednesday that MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski was “bleeding badly from a face-lift” when he saw her in Mar-a-Lago on New Years Eve.

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Stephen Colbert and Donald Trump. Michael Tran/FilmMagic; Mark Wilson/Getty Images

“It’s a buffet of sh–t,” Colbert said of Trump’s tweets. “A steamed table, as it were.”

The comedian then threw a jab at Trump’s legislation. “First of all, someone bleeding badly at your door and you say no? It sounds like your health care plan,” the late-night host quipped. “I mean, turning them away from your hotel in the middle of winter is literally the story of Christmas, only there wasn’t a wise man in sight. This is shocking and vicious, so on brand.”

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This is not the first time that the comedian has thrown shade at the president. In May, Colbert blasted Trump with a crude joke, stating that “the only thing his mouth is good at is being Vladimir Putin’s c–k holster.” Trump responded shortly after, coining Colbert as a “no-talent guy” who says “filthy” things.

In early June, the show host urged Trump to step down from his post. “Donald Trump, if you’re watching, you’re a terrible president, please resign,” Colbert pleaded in his opening monologue.

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At the 71st Annual Tony Awards on June 11, Colbert prodded the president yet again while on stage presenting the award to Hello, Dolly! for Best Revival of a Musical. “It’s been a great year for revivals in general, especially that one they revived down in Washington, D.C. A couple problems: main character is totally unbelievable, and the hair and makeup, just no!” Colbert joked in a nod to Trump. “This D.C. production’s supposed to have a four-year run, but reviews have not been kind. Could close early, we don’t know! Best of luck to everyone involved.” 

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