At this point in the Trump administration there are so many issues going on that it’s becoming very difficult to choose which ones to share and which ones to just stay annoyed about without commenting on.  As usual, Stephen Colbert had his night full because he too had to analyze all of this week’s shortcomings of Donald Trump.  The biggest one would have to be Trump’s healthcare plan.  The internet was on fire because Speaker Paul Ryan decided to take to a PowerPoint presentation to explain it all.  That didn’t go over too well with meme and GIF creators.

Colbert of course got in on the fun last night but perhaps the biggest highlight was a message The Late Show received from Kim Jong-Un for Donald Trump.  It goes a little something like this:

“On Monday I launched four glorious missiles into the sea of Japan. The international media accused me of doing this to test Trump’s resolve.  In truth I did it because I’m kind of mad at him.  It’s well known that the crazy dictator act is kinda my thing.  The flying off the handle.  Living off my father’s wealth and name.   Ridiculous Hair.  That’s pure UN.”

I don’t want to ruin the rest.  Check out the clip below:


MEANWHILE, according to thewrap.com:

“Hey Donald Trump? Get off me!”

That was basically Kim Jong-Un’s message in a very loosely translated press conference last night on CBS’ “Late Show.” The Stephen Colbert vehicle aired a brilliant cold open Friday that saw the North Korean dictator accusing the President of the United States of biting his style.
A voiceover read the following with perfect cadence: “It is well known that the crazy dictator act is kind of my thing: The flying off the handle, living off my father’s wealth and name, ridiculous hair — that’s pure Un!”
“What do I have to do to get attention?” the V.O. continued. “He writes one tweet and everybody talks about it. I kill my half-brother with nerve agent and it barely gets any play.”

“I am at a loss,” “Kim Jong-Un” apparently concluded in his native tongue.

So are all of us over here, pal.


– http://www.tvovermind.com/www.thewrap.com