Comedian Jon Stewart made an appearance on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” Thursday to bash President Donald Trump for being cruel and belligerent.
Stewart came out from under Colbert’s desk for a surprise cameo before launching into a diatribe against the commander-in-chief. (RELATED: Trevor Noah Says It Feels Like Hope Is Dead Following Kennedy Retirement)
“We’re still having a little trouble adjusting to your presidency as it goes into its 500th year,” Stewart said. “If there’s one hallmark to your presidency I find most difficult, it’s that, no matter what you do, it always comes with an extra layer of gleeful cruelty and dickishness.”
“It’s not just that you don’t want people taking a knee, it’s that they’re sons of bitches if they do,” he continued. “It’s not just denying women who accuse you of sexual assault, it’s saying they were too ugly anyway. You can’t just be against the media, they’re the enemy of the people.”
Colbert then began popping up from under his own desk to whisper things in Stewart’s ear.
Stewart said he wanted to negotiate with Trump to end his “dickishness” and mocked him for being a dictator who is propped up by Fox News.
“Let’s negotiate for an end to this gratuitous dickishness, what can we give you?” Stewart said. “You dig the dictator thing. How about a giant building with gold toilets and your name on it? … how about we give you a whole news network that spends 24 hours a day praising everything you do?”
“I won’t allow you and your sycophants to turn your cruelty into virtue,” Stewart concluded. “By not yielding, we will prevail.”
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