Despite his popularity with a very particular sector of America, not everyone is a fan of Donald Trump. And that includes Stephen Colbert. Dude crashed the RNC stage dressed as Hunger Games character Caesar Flickman to deliver this sick burn: "Look, look, I know I'm not supposed to be up here, but to be honest, neither is Donald Trump."
Even when he’s not officially taping, Colbert knows how to deliver a quick-witted jab at Trump. While prepping for his live show on Wednesday night, an audience member asked what he would say to Trump if the Republican presidential nominee appeared on the show. His response wasn’t exactly fit for broadcast television.
"Well, we’re not broadcasting right now so I’d say 'What does Vladimir Putin’s [expletive deleted] taste like?'" he answered.
Trump made headlines once again Wednesday for calling on Russian hackers to recover the missing emails from Hillary Clinton’s private server. "Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing," Trump said. "I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press." He also told the press that Vladimir Putin called Barack Obama the n-word and in the next breath sought out the Russian president’s approval.
"I was shocked to hear him mention the N-word… Number one he doesn’t like him and number two he doesn’t respect him. I think he’s going to respect your president if I’m elected and I hope he likes me,” he added. It was in that same press conference that he said Putin has "much better leadership qualities" than President Obama.
Donald Trump: "I said that Putin has much better leadership qualities than Obama" pic.twitter.com/oQ7cfl2UYt— Independent Journal (@TheIJR) July 27, 2016