Late Show Political Week In Review (Vol. 5)

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Published on May 4, 2016

Stephen recaps the biggest political moments from The Late Show for the week of April 25th.

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13 comments

  • Calvin Weustink 4 years ago

    Anyone else who can’t wait for the new hungry for power games?

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  • WilliamtheV 4 years ago

    The Colbert Nation is still strong!

    Stephen should dust off the ol’ superPAC and run for the United States of
    Late Night Television

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  • ndgv2 4 years ago

    i wish this show wasnt all about politics. i love stephen but i want
    something new. is there anything else you guys can fucking talk about??
    this wasnt supposed to be the colbert report X2

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  • Atheist7 4 years ago

    THIS JUST IN: Who’s that on the “F” Train? Why it’s none other than, Ted
    sCruz U s, eh? and yCarly! DONALD J. TRUMP for PRESIDENT in November 2016
    and then the Oval Office in January 2017!!!!!

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  • Samuel Linaker 4 years ago

    I want colbert to run for president!!

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  • userwhosinterestedin 4 years ago

    I like that music

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  • The Ricktator 4 years ago

    They forgot to include Steven being totally unpredictable. I love this man

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  • Steve McBain 4 years ago

    you stole this from Bill Maher.

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  • Josh 4 years ago

    I love how so much of Colbert’s material has to do with Trump. He gives him
    so much free attention, yet he thinks it hurts him. It’s funny. I really
    enjoy the show. Keep it up!

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  • halburd1 4 years ago

    colbert should start a write in ballot campaign to put him as president
    WOULD that be AWESOME. and it would be hilarious if he won!

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  • John Colon 4 years ago

    Ted Cruz dropped out

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  • JUDE AHIN 4 years ago

    Nice stephen…..
    Trump2016…..??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

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  • chiki briki 4 years ago

    No matter how much left Colbert is, I’d happily vote him in

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