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OK, Stephen Colbert had this scare coming…
Bernie Sanders seemed content to speak about the inspiring young people he met on his campaign across the United States during his Late Show interview.
See Bernie's honest fears (above)!
On Monday night, Meyers and the two former Daily Show alums took some time to dissect President-elect Donald Trump's first few days after winning the presidency — and it's NOT pretty!
But the SNL alum wasn't alone as Bee and Colbert both spent the majority of their rants looking at how terrifying the 70-year-old's picks are to fill political officers!
Ch-ch-check out all the late night hosts break down Trump's first decisions after being named President-elect (below)!
This is our waking nightmare!
Well, on Thursday night, Stephen Colbert used his monologue to poke fun at how PAINFULLY forced the political meeting was, before trashing EVERYTHING else about Trump! LOLz!
The former Daily Show correspondent even went as far as to slam Melania Trump's meeting with Michelle Obama saying it took place to "ensure the peaceful transition of speeches", in reference to that whole plagiarism thing! LOLz!
Then, because there's nothing else to do at this point, Colbert made fun of all of Donald's picks for his cabinet which could include Rudy Giuliani, Sarah Palin, Ben Carson, and Newt Gingrich. Well, at least we finally know what the Four Horsemen's faces look like…
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious bashing (below) as Stephen continues his political smackdown of Trump!
Most of America is still shocked Donald Trump managed to win the U.S. Presidency this week, but no one is more stunned than the late night hosts who spent the last year mercilessly berating his joke of a candidacy.
Sadly, hate trumped comedy also…
All the TV funny people were still wrapping their heads around the election results on Wednesday night, and delivered somber monologues pretty much saying the same thing — like it or not (not), we have to deal with four years of Trumpland.
Ch-ch-check out all the late night clips (below), starting with a tearful Seth Meyers:
Do we have ourselves to blame?
But now that Trump has officially been elected President of the United States, it's clear that this political commentary had an inverse effect on the majority of Americans who ended up voting for the Republican nominee.
Like rebellious teenagers not wanting to listen to their parents' advice about not dating that crazy racist guy in school, Trump supporters ended up backing the candidate with even more fervor after the media's repeatedly unflattering portrayal of the business mogul.
That problem could be summed up in Stephen Colbert's LIVE Election Night Showtime special Democracy's Series Finale: Who's Going To Clean Up This Sh*t? — in which he opened with an animated clip giving Trump a supervillain origin story straight out of the pages of a Batman comic book!
Ch-ch-check out the Colbert clip (below)!!!
'Twas the night before the election, and all through the nation… late night hosts aired sketches hoping for a Hillary Clinton celebration!
Now that it's finally election day, we're at the home stretch of this exhausting presidential race — which had so many twists and turns that it sort of feels like an old school fairy tale. (You know, one that might end in an post-apocalyptic land of nightmares ruled by orange dictator Donald Trump.)
Of course, Stephen Colbert and Trevor Noah also host made sure to cash in on the political chaos one last time as well with thoughtful, compelling closing remarks. (Meanwhile, Jimmy Fallon played drunk Twister or something…)
Ch-ch-check out the stories, musical numbers, and guest stars on Election Day Eve's late night roundup (below) — and VOTE today!!
Talk about a late night smackdown!
We're used to the late crew spending time going after the former Celebrity Apprentice star, but on Wednesday night, Meyers REALLY laid into Trump!
While the SNL alum spent another "A Closer Look" segment proving how much of a hypocrite Trump is with possibly his most EPIC rant yet!
While talking about how hard