Stephen Colbert Taunts 'Pimp' Facebook And Its CEO Mark 'Suckerberg'

Stephen Colbert Taunts 'Pimp' Facebook And Its CEO Mark 'Suckerberg'

The studio audience finds this just as amusing as Colbert, who says this is the best news he's heard all day. "Last night, we had my old friend Dana Carvey on the show", Colbert said, "and he did a fantastic impression of the new national security advisor John Bolton..."

While Donald Trump has given out a number of offensive nicknames to others during his time in politics, it appears that the president has gotten a taste of his own medicine, something that has brought nothing but joy to Stephen Colbert.

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"Late Show" host Stephen Colbert on Tuesday blew smoke at Donald Trump's reported claim that adult film star Stormy Daniels is "not the type of woman he finds attractive". But when CNN wrote a report about it for its website the following morning, it had the headline, "Look Who's Playing John Bolton on 'SNL'". "Your life is their product and Facebook is the pimp", the late-night host quipped during show's Friday night broadcast, before explaining that users have deleted the social media only after "checking to see if their ex's new boyfriend has a six-pack". Speaking about the alleged affair between Trump and porn star Stormy Daniels, Colbert finds it unusual that Trump has been oddly quiet over the matter. Colbert was confused by Trump declaring, "And it was about us". It also was taped during the day and is not live. Earlier in the show, Colbert pointed out Trump's speech on infrastructure in OH, replaying an old clip of Trump saying he was always the "best" at building - even better than being president. "You got three things wrong in three letters. Still it's nice just to be recognized, so thank you MSNBC".