Colbert viciously attacks President Trump (video)

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Stephen Colbert continues to center his show around insulting President Donald Trump and his ‘First 100 days.’ This week, he didn’t hold back and took several jabs at the president about cutting short an interview with a CBS journalist this past weekend.

The interview aired Sunday on “Face the Nation” with host John Dickerson. Trump walked away from the interview after Dickerson harped on the president’s claims that Obama wiretapped him.

“John Dickerson is a fair-minded journalist and one of the most competent people who will ever walk into your office and you treat him like that?” Colbert asked on “The Late Show” Monday night.

Colbert continued, “John Dickerson has way too much dignity to trade insults with the President of the United States to his face. But I, sir, am no John Dickerson. When you insult one member of the CBS family, you insult us all,” he said.

Colbert titled his segment: “Stephen Says Everything Journalists Wish They Could.”

The late night host found it humorous to call Trump a “disgrace to the nation,” adding that he was a “glutton with a button” and a “presi-dunce who’s becoming a real prick-tator.”

And he kept going, saying Trump “attracts more skinheads than free Rogaine,” and that “the only thing your mouth is good at is being Vladimir Putin’s c–k holster.”

Colbert’s jabs at the president have been consistent throughout the entire 2016 election and into this year.

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