Published: Thu, June 28, 2018
Entertaiment | By Simon Arnold

Late-night hosts unite against President Trump


"That's Conan." Then he brought Conan onto the call.

Asked if her the message on her jacket was meant as an endorsement of her husband's family separation policy for migrants, "Trump" responded, "You should not believe my clothing!" before opening her jacket to reveal the words "Believe My Clothing" on her shirt.

"Hey, lowlife", Fallon greeted Colbert in a video chat during the Tuesday, June 26, episodes of their shows. He also took to Twitter and told Fallon to "be a man".

After fielding some long outdated advice from O'Brien, Colbert and Fallon wrap up and plan to have lunch at - where else? Their back and forth touched on the various tweets Donald Trump has made about them, with Fallon saying he was "mostly whimpering", while Colbert was "busy having no talent".

"Hey, lost soul", the Late Show With Stephen Colbert host, 54, replied. "Well, that's not right", Stephen said. O'Brien was not mentioned by the president during the rally at Airport High School. "You say my name three times there and I appear".

It followed Trump disparaging them at a SC rally on Monday.

Colbert and Fallon poked fun at themselves in the video by referring to each other as "low life" and "lost soul" - the same phrases Trump previously used to describe them.

"I heard he said we're all no talent, low life, lost souls", Fallon said. "That's Conan", Colbert said, before calling O'Brien.

The TBS host, his face covered in shaving cream, didn't realize Trump had become president: "The real estate guy who sells steaks". "If we're not civil, this thing could start to get ugly".

"Where do you want to eat?"

Fallon had received criticism for his interview in which, apart from imitating Trump, he tousled the Republican candidate's hair and asked few inconvenient questions.

"Well, guys, give him time".

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