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Stephen Colbert interrupts monologue to mock bizarre new Trump lawsuit

Stephen Colbert interrupts monologue to mock bizarre new Trump lawsuit

I hope none of the Late Show writers were too attached to their jokes in the second half of Stephen Colbert’s Tuesday night monologue. Halfway through recording it, he had to stop and rewrite, because news broke that the Justice Department would be suing John Bolton over his reportedly very spicy tell-all White House memoir The Room Where It Happened

“During the taping of this monologue, the Department of Justice filed a breach of contract suit against ex-National Security Adviser John Bolton,” Colbert said. “Now let me explain what that means: No one knows what that means. Because what’s breach of contract with the government? You can arrest somebody for spreading state secrets, but breach of contract? Breach of contract is, you sue your plumber because he never finished installing your new septic tank, which Trump’s really going to need because this lawsuit is a huge pile of crap.  Read more…

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