James Corden: I Think There’s A Revolution Happening Inside The American People

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Published on June 23, 2020

The host of “The Late Late Show” talks about his vision of America as a kid growing up in England, and why he’s hopeful that the darkness of this moment will spark a revolution in the hearts and minds of the people of this country. #StephenAtHome #LateLateShow #JamesCorden

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  • howie bockslytner 2 months ago

    The only thing the Trump brand will be remembered for is their TRUMP.
    WHINES they are a bit acidic and they don’t age well

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  • Doosh Bags 2 months ago

    Why has James Corden changed his accent to upper class when he’s from Reading? When you see him in Britain his accent is normal? Just so you all know we in England think he is a fucking transparent prick.

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  • howie bockslytner 2 months ago

    All that’s left for mr. Loser tiny hands to do is finish up his term with daily Trumpertantrums and bunker tweeting

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  • maggie198333 2 months ago

    “Anything is possible” is taking on another meaning.

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  • Rickylee369 2 months ago

    Never thought I’d say this, but Corden is right. And though I never appreciated him, I liked Gavin and Stacey and his Comic Relief Stuff, and the McCartney stuff was good, but his chat show is OTT.

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  • joe mama 2 months ago

    Hey James, you’re not even an American.

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  • Ricky Bobby Roode 2 months ago

    It’s crazy how these rich out of touch white people think this is great. Come to where I live and see how many people of color lost jobs and how old people can’t get their medicine because the rioting left everything in flames. They didn’t hurt white areas they hurt urban areas and while everyone is praising these terrorist acts they forget about other people of color who always get forgotten in favor of black people. Hispanics and Asians and others are the real ones hurting.

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  • Duke Allen 2 months ago

    “James Cordon”. Why? Makes babies smile? Has wit and comedy like Bud has flavor Same as kid rock being a musician. Look sure he’s a swell fellow but……….

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  • Alice Shi 2 months ago

    Jimmy:it’s all my fault. I’ll never host Oscar again. James:America was excellent before I lived and host a show here lol

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  • Patsy Sadowski 2 months ago

    I was 21 and remember constantly looking up and the steam from the vents in the street. Walking up 5th Avenue, vintage stores, basement bars and street vendors. I’m a Londoner but New York is an impressive city and it was kind to me. I felt like I was in a tv show walking around.

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  • Carmelo Pagliaro 2 months ago

    Two idiots puppets having a conversation!!!

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  • Carys 2 months ago

    The Americans say Gahrahge, the common people in UK say Garidge like James, and posh Brits say Garahge. All three are different.

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  • Jacob Bosley 2 months ago

    The common story of a disillusioned immigrant believing that coming to America means freedom and opportunity without knowing that the only way to obtain that freedom and opportunity is to fight for them in what seems like an endless struggle for equal rights that are supposed to be guaranteed by the Declaration of Independence. That’s the history of America. Some of us live lives that challenge the unjust, unconstitutional laws made by tyrants of the past that used the system for the means of oppression the founding fathers sought to prevent from being forced on the American civilian population so long ago. Not always by choice. Walking a fine line that honors the sacrifice made by our military and service personnel without causing more harm is no easy task, but it is an integral part of the system to challenge corrupted authority that tries to make more of us sacrifice our lives for their profit and/or amusement. Take care not to be part of the problem. Remember, respect for others and ones self is above all else the core of liberty and the true power of freedom and the responsibility of each of us to acknowledge for our be domestic tranquility to be maintained. An uneasy peace with progress beats outright conflict that holds the nation in a hateful, hurtful past. #WeGotThis #Alllivesmatter #resist #Keepitreal

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  • Marochka Minkeng 2 months ago

    The reason James and many people don’t know how deep the history goes is because we’re not taught it. Black history and all the atrocities committed by most western countries are completely ignored.

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  • pat comerford 2 months ago

    Is corden getting more obese?

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  • Randomly In accurate 2 months ago

    In America, anyone can be president. That’s the problem

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  • Daniel Luke Rogers 2 months ago

    Its a young country – still need to figure things out?
    Says the brits that exisisted years before and were enslaving aboriginals in australia while “America was figuring itself out”

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  • Jeremy Smith 2 months ago

    48.2% to 46.1% of votes is significantly more? I’m not a fan of Trump but anyone still complaining that people voted significantly more for Hillary than Trump should probably go back to the country they’re from as they clearly do not understand or appreciate American politics and processes.

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  • R 2 months ago

    well… I mean technically , ANYTHING is exactly what did happen 😏

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  • laura begay 2 months ago

    he did a great bit, lighthearted and humble, on white privilege, its worth a youtube search.

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  • Tallowyck62 2 months ago

    Why do Democrat talk show hosts sound sane and empathetic and Republican talk show hosts sound like paranoid fear-mongers?

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  • APEKSHA AGARWAL 2 months ago

    Was it just me or he said “Jimmy Corden” at the end😅😅

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  • Ash Willis 2 months ago

    Host Trivia Fact: James Corden is a backstabbing weasel and can burn in hell.

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  • Beatle Mania 2 months ago

    I’m not sure if I agree with Corden’s sentiment that America is a young country. Yes, it was founded just 300 years ago, but so many of the supposedly older civilizations had rapid transformations and the democratic government they have are at times less than a century old. But the American government and all it’s institutions and the constitutions haven’t changed in a fundamental manner in the past three centuries, and I think that is a problem for a lot of deep rooted problems that reside

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  • Dr Control 2 months ago

    Democrats can’t get over the fact that Hillary lost the elections.

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  • Basic Bunny 2 months ago

    He asked him about the global crisis in America but he answers about what he did in entertainment and his conflict with whether or not he has an opinion on any social issues. Does this guy have any scruples?

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  • Sandy 2 months ago

    Trump is not a Republican…he is a political abortion and should never have even been a candidate because he is infit!

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  • Mali Yojez 2 months ago

    James is spot on about the way the world used to view America. A beautiful land of hope and opportunity. The internet hasn’t done you any favours, we can now see all your dirty laundry.

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  • Susan Childs 2 months ago

    Just figured out how t get past the opening monologue.

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  • Angela Cowan 2 months ago

    Not ma people

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  • Rob Spence 2 months ago

    What’s that cocktail he’s drinking? I want one!☺️

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  • Bill Freese 2 months ago

    Yup. Don’t tell me America is good or bad until November 4.

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  • Ela Clark 2 months ago

    It’s been amazing having Corden and Trevor Noah as global voices, looking at the US from within, but also from the outside. And Tan France, not gonna lie, and Tan.

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  • HRH TreeofLife 2 months ago

    🇺🇸 brave optimism in the face of adversity
    LIVING THE DREAM IN FREEDOM 🇺🇸
    Q

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  • Patrick Slattery 2 months ago

    America is suffering from a terrible autoimmune disease.

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  • Lady Emery Draven 2 months ago

    Absolutely not. This man is (I wish) my friend from my favorite childrenhood (and to this day) show. Dr. Who. This beautiful man has every right to put on any aires he likes. Aires away. Mr. Colbert too👋😊

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  • Paul Polpiboon 2 months ago

    Thanks for your impressions Mr. Cordon. And for keeping your faith

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  • Raymond Sambueno 2 months ago

    Tell the bunker diver that since he can’t get the funds for his useless wall to remove my tax payers fence that he put around to protect his cowardly ass and put it where the sun don’t shine oop’s!!! sorry .Where his useless border wall suppose to be and maybe that will stop illegal aliens from crossing..

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  • Annonymous 2 months ago

    0:48 You and the rest of us man…

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  • Morty Manthorne 1 month ago

    I give Stephen Colbert a thumbs down.

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