Late-night TV hosts team up for comic response to Trump comments


It's war! After Donald Trump savagely slammed both Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert as "low-lives", the talk show hosts fired back in the most epic way possible during the open of 'The Late Show!' Check it out here! Fallon was criticized by liberals for playfully ruffling Trump's hair, a moment he publicly said he regretted, causing Trump to tweet the insult "be a man", to the late show host. Fallon says he heard Trump said they are "all no-talent, lowlifes, lost souls".

"Well, that's not right", Colbert replies. "I heard he said we were all no talent, low-life, lost souls".

O'Brien was blissfully ignorant that Trump is even president in the sketch, but he told his fellow late-night hosts: "Well, guys, give him time, OK?"

O'Brien cautions the hosts to be civil.

"If we're not careful, this could start to get ugly", he says.

'Honestly are these people amusing?

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Fallon brought up Trump's rally, but both said they hadn't watched.

Of course, it's far too late for that, as they are now clearly in Trump's cross-hairs.

"Red Hen", Colbert confirmed with a decisive nod, ending the call. Colbert then ran a classic clip of Carson, joking about Trump having a "backup mistress".

"Hey stop stealing your ideas from the sign on Melania's door", Colbert quipped. He went after Jimmy Kimmel. "He went after Jimmy Fallon, he went after Jimmy Kimmel, and then he went after someone else on TV you know and love".

"Oh to which I say, no talent?"

"The last time someone else tooted Trump's horn it cost him $130,000", Fallon said. "Have you seen his Carpool Karoke with Paul McCartney?"