All the hosts are back and expounding on the violent insurrection that was instigated by the Squatter-in-Chief. The Squatter fled the White House for Camp David as members of his staff and cabinet resign. He has been permanently banned from Facebook and Instagram.
Twitter suspending his account pending removal of his tweets calling for the violent overthrow of the government with the caveat that is he does it again the ban will be permanent. As of 6 PM ET Twiiter has permanently banned the Squatter. The Squatter was back on Twitter earlier today announcing he will support the peaceful transition to the new administration and stated he will not attend the Inauguration. After Wednesday, we should all be afraid of what the Squatter and his domestic terrorists will do next.
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert reviews the Squatter’s statements about his riot and the calls for invoking the 25th Amendment and a second impeachment to keep the Squatter from doing something worse. He also looks at some of the stupid things the domestic terrorists did to convict themselves.
Facing threats of impeachment, and with calls for his resignation coming from even the conservative Wall Street Journal editorial board, the president on Thursday released a video in which he unconvincingly condemned the insurrection he incited, and begrudgingly admitted that a new administration would take office following an orderly transition of power on January 20th.
In QuarantineWhile, Stephen takes a lighter tone discussing his spoken word Grammy nomination.
Quarantinewhile… It’s been a busy week so Stephen Colbert is only now getting around to submitting his “Lord of the Rings'” spoken-word album for GRAMMY consideration.
The Late Show with Seth Meyer takes a “Closer Look” at the attempted coup by the Squatter’s domestic terrorist supports.
Seth takes a closer look at a majority of Republicans in the House and a handful of GOP senators tried to throw out the results of the presidential election even after a violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol attempted to overthrow American democracy.
Jimmy Kimmel Live looks at the end of the GOP bromance with the Squatter-in-Chief.
Jimmy talks about yesterday’s horrible events at the U.S. Capitol, the end of Lindsey Graham and Donald Trump’s romance, an angry VP Mike Pence, resignations piling up within the administration, the possibility of the 25th amendment being invoked, people just now realizing that Trump is not fit to serve, Republicans floating the idea that ANTIFA infiltrated the attack mob, some of the people responsible for this, Trump finally releasing a statement agreeing to an “orderly transition,” and a whole new meaning to “The Snake” lyrics Trump read many times on the campaign trail as a metaphor to warn people about immigrants.
The Late, Late Show with James Corden is still in James’ garage examining the aftermath of the riot.
James Corden kicks off the show and reveals a secret about his wardrobe before jumping into the headlines after the U.S. Capitol was taken over by a pro-Donald Trump crowd. From calls for the 25th Amendment to high profile resignations to social media blackouts, it was a busy day of people stepping up a bit too late. And James works on a Stop the Steal TikTok dance.