Colbert performs a journalistic service by juxtaposing Trump’s absurd claim that he “wanted nothing” from Ukraine with the headlines showing that the whistleblower complaint was filed that same day.
Colbert says that other witness testimony helped Ambassador Sondland recall one important detail: He doesn't want to go to jail for perjury.
This Colbert monologue brims with tricks and treats, including a tease of Pelosi’s appearance on Halloween after the impeachment vote.
The Late Show "surprise appearance" by Giuliani -- played by wine-swilling, rug-chewing special guest John Lithgow -- is frighteningly funny.
Impeachment has drawn in bit players like Mick Mulvaney, who lies about what he just said on camera. Colbert knows how to punish him.
Delivered in an “officially bitchy letter” to Congress, the White House declaration is full of “bonkers arguments” that Colbert dismantles.
Colbert regards former national security adviser John Bolton as a sad figure, resembling "the last walrus on the beach without a mate,"
The Trump offspring are often mocked, but few comics have skinned any of them the way Stephen Colbert did to Eric Trump. He seems to have annoyed Colbert badly by declaring on Fox News that ...
In his usual self-pitying style, Trump compared himself to Justice Brett Kavanaugh, which inspired Colbert to concoct his perfect alibi.