Colbert Hosts 'All-You-Can Trump' Debate on Late Show — Watch Video

On Thursday’s Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Fox News Republican debate absentee Donald Trump faced off against his greatest opponent: himself.

In the “The 2016 Top Tremendous All-You-Can Trump Luxury Presidential Debate,” Colbert pitted soundbite against soundbite to illustrate the GOP frontrunner’s complicated relationships with Fox News reporter Megyn Kelly, fellow hopefuls Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton and those “stupid” people of Iowa.

Watch the “debate” above, then sound off in the comments.

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  1. Walkie says:

    Colbert is hanging onto that political comedy like a crutch.

    • cuius says:

      Both he and Trevor Noah are looking a bit desperate – obviously nothing left in the budget to pay good writers

    • Mary says:

      He does give them plenty of material. Maybe he should think before he speaks.

    • C.P. says:

      Compared to the two Jimmy’s (Kimmel and Fallon,) Colbert is the one I enjoy watching the most. His humour is intelligent and well thought out. Either Jimmy seems to pander to the YouTube watching crowd, expecting what they do to go viral and prop them up, and they are very good doing so and funny in the process. But Colbert just wants to hammer the point home, and I like it a bit more…

    • David4 says:

      I agree. I was told that once The Colbert Report ended so would his character but I feel like I’m watching the same show without the funny writers.

    • Ken in NJ says:

      He is a political comedian. Maybe you never heard of the Colbert Report.

  2. Becky says:

    Very funny. He does political comedy better than most. But the posters above obviously aren’t paying attention. All the late night hosts touch on politics. Seth Meyers is really funny on this stuff, too, and very opinionated. He’s doing well.

  3. Whatevah says:

    I love Stephen Colbert. It’s nice to see he’s as funny as ever. He’s doing a great job.

  4. Ken in NJ says:

    If you think this wasn’t funny, or he isn’t funny, then I’m sure you didn’t watch him or Jon on their shows in the past, probably because you were told they were too “liberal”, because they called out BOTH sides and mocked BOTH sides. And to you, that’s Liberal.
    This was priceless and a return to his great sattire based on reality.
    Also, if you think it’s just their writers, I guess you have never seen them in live interviews, on GOP lead shows, or in front of congress.
    So Trump fans, relax and laugh, and don’t disparage this bit, because calling it any less than hilarious is pathetic.
    Well, to be fair, Fox News will show it and tell you how funny it is, then you will return and say it was funny

  5. Kim R says:

    It’s funny because it’s true. :) He didn’t misquote or fabricate, he played actual clips. That is what make his style of humour and Jon Stewart’s so funny. It is exposing the hypocrisy on either side.

  6. Sue says:

    Brilliant!!! Who better to show the voters what an idiotic candidate Trump is than the man himself!!!