Late Show Video: Bernie Sanders Hijacks Stephen Colbert's Monologue

Bernie Sanders stopped by The Late Show on Wednesday to help Stephen Colbert break free from the establishment.

The Democratic presidential hopeful interrupted the host midway through his monologue to tell him it would be fine if he wanted to begin the show from his desk, rather than from center stage. After all, every revolution needs to start somewhere.

Later, in a sit-down interview with Colbert, the New Hampshire primary winner was asked how his campaign promises are any more achievable than those made by GOP frontrunner Donald Trump:

Watch Sanders’ appearance above, then hit the comments and let us know if you still #FeelTheBern.

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  1. “There are those that look at things the way they are, and ask why? I dream of things that never were, and ask why not?”
    ― Robert F. Kennedy

  2. andypeloquin says:

    Did you notice how he signed a cross on his forehead when talking about Ash Wednesday? Subtle or blatant? I thought it was a clever acknowledgement of his Catholic faith on this Catholic holiday.