We wonder if the company CEO also volunteered!
That's right, volunteer as in "free!"
Not cool. Especially since many salaried employees already work longer than 40 hours a week without getting paid more.
The email read:
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Donald Trump should probably spend some time on Barack Obama's Wikipedia page!
Last week, the Republican frontrunner held a town hall meeting in New Hampshire and didn't correct a supporter who said that Obama was Muslim.
And after appearing on Tuesday night's Late Show With Stephen Colbert, it's clear that the former Apprentice host still has NO idea where POTUS was born!
More than that, The Donald may not even know himself very well!
Stephen read out a list of outrageous quotes and had Trump guess who said it — Colbert's conservative Comedy Central character or Trump himself!
Check out the unapologetic interview and game (below)!
He seems OK to us!
Last night on The Late Show, The Daily Show's Trevor Noah stopped by to chat it up with fellow new late night host Stephen Colbert!
While Noah was there, he of course talked a bit about his upcoming hosting gig and how he felt about taking over for Jon Stewart!
The 31-year-old comedian, worried he couldn't live up to his predecessor — AKA "Jewish Yoda" — and shared the advice Stewart gave him about taking the reigns:
"The Daily Show' is what ‘The Daily Show' should be for you to be the best show you can make."
To which the new host admitted:
We don't know if we should LOL or cringe!
At an event promoting her new book Why Not Me? on Wednesday, The Mindy Project actress was interviewed by fellow comedienne Tina Fey at the 92nd Street Y in New York. Always pushing the envelope, Miz Fey asked Mindy if she would lock lips with the ex-Celebrity Apprentice host.
In typical Mindy-fashion, the 36-year-old quipped:
"Yeah, like for a couple hours? Sure!"
Ok… that was funny! But when Fey asked Mindy who she would have naughty times with in a round of "Would You Rather" between Trump or Cosby, Mindy paused and Tina replied:
Most late night talk show interviews include celebs telling funny anecdotes or playing silly games, but Stephen Colbert isn't afraid to have a poignant moment on The Late Show!
The Vice President elaborated on his previous statement that he wasn't sure he had the emotional strength to run for presidency in 2016 — saying that he didn't think anyone should run unless they could give "110 percent" of their heart, soul, energy, and passion to the job!
The 76-year-old then opened up about how he visited a military base and "just lost it" after talking to a soldier who served in Iraq with his son Beau.
We're sure most other late night hosts would get anxious from the lack of audience laughter, but Colbert is proving that it's okay to conduct a raw interview without pre-set jokes.
Check out the entire clip (below) — and skip to the 3:15 mark to hear Biden's emotional story:
We knew that everyone would be tuning in to see Stephen Colbert's debut as host of The Late Show, but this is downright insane!
The CBS late night TV show pulled in a stunning 6.6 million viewers on Tuesday night, absolutely crushing its competition.
We guess George Clooney and Jeb Bush sure did make good inaugural guests!
Did U tune in to see Stephen shine??
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He's a crowd pleaser!
Last night Stephen Colbert finally took over as host for The Late Show on CBS. We thought the show was a solid start to kick off Colbert's hosting duties with plenty of great moments from eating Oreos and slamming Donald Trump to chatting it up with George Clooney!
Stephen's return to television after leaving The Colbert Report last December had Twitter all abuzz with how much people had missed the comedian!
Most people seemed very pleased with Colbert's debut and jokes — there were even some good vibes sent to him from a few celeb fans!
Ch-ch-check out all the best reactions (below) to Stephen Colbert's Late Show debut!
Oh Stephen, how we've missed you!
Last night marked the return of the Late Show on CBS but with Stephen Colbert as the host!
After 33 years of David Letterman's hosting duties on the Late Show, and about 9 months after Colbert ended the Colbert Report on Comedy Central, we got to see how Dave's replacement did.
Though the premiere was nothing for the history books, it doesn't mean that Colbert didn't have some highlights!
From opening the show by singing the Star Spangled Banner with some fans — and a little help from Jon Stewart — to catching up on slamming Donald Trump, as well as a wonderful tribute to Letterman, Colbert had some HIGHlarious moments on last night's show!
He even managed to squeeze in an interview with George Clooney and Jeb Bush!
Ch-ch-check out all the best moments from last night's Late Show with Stephen Colbert (below) and let us know what you think of the new Late Show!