Conan O’Brien decided that with everybody comparing Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler, he would bring on a special guest to respond to the charge.
The late night shows were dominated Wednesday by Donald Trump’s bizarre combination victory speech, press conference — and infomercial for Trump products.
The late night comics were aghast at the newest issue in the Republican primary campaign.
Larry Wimore: “That’s right, you’re the one who opened your big mouth and got in the bed with the Devil — now he just wants you to keep that mouth open.”
As we head into Super Tuesday, one topic dominated the late night shows: Republican frontrunner Donald Trump’s descent into fascism and the adoration of hate groups.
Trevor Noah and former CIA Director Michael Hayden discussed the complex moral issues of fighting against terrorism through the use of drone strikes.
In the wake of the South Carolina primary, two topics dominated the late night shows: Donald Trump’s steamrolling victory — and the final, definitive end of Jeb Bush.
Colbert: Mr. Trump, Mr. Pope — I believe that’s his formal name — is it possible that you guys are fighting because you have so much in common?”
Stephen Colbert’s reply to a candidate who’s against negativity: “Shut up!”
Stephen Colbert paid a personal tribute to the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, as a guy with a fun sense of humor.
Bernie Sanders celebrated his landslide victory in New Hampshire by making a special appearance with Stephen Colbert, and helped to open the show.
Trevor Noah tells Rubio to be like Ben Carson: “Go home, get some fresh clothes — because let’s be honest, you just @#$% your pants.”
Megyn Kelly talked about the verbal abuse that has been heaped upon her by Donald Trump and his supporters ever since that first Republican debate.
The Donald’s allegation that Cruz stole the Iowa caucuses was the talk of the night late shows.
Conan O’Brien had a phone call with “Donald Trump,” who revealed the secret behind his gracious concession speech: Every single Xanax pill he could find.
Colbert: “Tonight it is Donald against Trump — or as they’re known by their celebrity couple name, ‘Dump.'”
Trevor Noah revealed that something very much like Trump’s great debate ditching occurred just last week — by the president of Uganda.
Stephen got in all the typical candidate remarks and poses, like rolling up his sleeves — and his pants leg.
Don Rumsfeld told Stephen Colbert this little gem: “It’s never certain — if it were a fact, it wouldn’t be called ‘intelligence.'”
“The Daily Show” revealed the secret role the show played in addressing controversy over the racist-looking official seal of the Village of Whitesboro.
One topic dominated the late night comedy shows: Sarah Palin’s rambling, 20-minute speech where she endorsed Donald Trump.
Larry Wilmore had to respond against the sheer absurdity of Donald Trump courting evangelicals.
Stephen Colbert and DeRay McKesson explored Stephen’s white privilege: They switched places, putting DeRay in the host’s chair and Stephen on the guest couch.
“How’d you hear about the position?” Jimmy asked — to which Hillary responded, “fourth-grade social studies.”
Stephen Colbert highlighted what is already the most important vote of 2016: The decision by residents of Whitesboro, New York, to keep their town seal.