We are still in the process of examining the aftermath of last week’s terrorist attack on the Capitol by a riotous mob of White supremacists, some of whom have turned out to be real snowflakes. Another may have committed suicide in his home after having been arrested in DC last week.
Fortunately, there are the late night hosts to give us a good chuckle in the midst of this crisis.
The Late Show with Steven Colbert opened with a parody of the farcical Republican calls for unity.
Moments after ordering Mr. Freeze to freeze the Capital, Lex Luthor thought it was indeed a time for the nation to come together.
In Stephen’s openng monologue, he’s still angry about last week’s riot as are most of us.
Stephen didn’t get a lot of sleep last weekend, as horrific scenes from last week’s violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol played over and again in his head. It now appears clear that the armed mob, who were organized and cheered on by the president and his GOP backers in the House and Senate, came to the nation’s capital prepared to commit acts of violence against members of Congress and Vice President Mike Pence.
Host of the Daily Show Trevor Noah compared the Squatter to presidents of African countries.
Donald Trump may not seem like commander-in-chief material to Americans, but in certain African countries, he fits the bill.
Late Night with Seth Meyers takes a Closer Look at impeaching Trump for insurrection.
Seth takes a closer look at the Republicans who incited the violent insurrection at the Capitol telling everyone it’s “time to move on” after House Democrats unveiled a text of impeachment calling for the removal of President Trump through the 25th Amendment.
Jimmy Kimmel Live looks at the Squatter, getting banned from Twitter, making history by being impeached twice, his relationship with his VP, Melania’s photo shoot during the riots and other hot, and not so hot, topics.
Trump is set to make history as the first U.S. President to get impeached twice, his relationship with VP Mike Pence is said to be on the rocks, Melania was reportedly doing a photoshoot during the attacks at the Capitol, we look back at Hillary Clinton’s warning during the 2016 election, the FBI made a statement that MAGA rioters may try to storm capitols in all 50 states, Trump got the boot from Twitter, Facebook, Instagram & Snapchat, the PGA has chosen not to hold their championship at his golf course in New Jersey, and after a Harvard research assistant noticed a correlation between angry reviews on the Yankee Candle website and COVID, Jimmy got in touch with their Vice President of Fragrance (Andy Daly) to see what’s been going on.
Last, we join James Corden in his garage for The Late, Late Show and the Squatter’s final countdown.
James Corden kicks off the show recapping the weekend with Reggie Watts, and shares that he’s up against a rogue fly buzzing around in his garage. And James looks at the headlines, including Congress considering its options after President Donald Trump incited a mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol. And Trump is losing allies quickly, including his beloved game of golf.