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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
center>This Inauguration Playlist Definitely Doesn’t Have A Hidden Message
If you found a message in the names of the songs, that’s on you. Joe and Kamala just want the jams.
The man who kept us on the edge of our seats for four weird and painful years leaves office on Wednesday as the least popular president in American history. Not that we’ve been counting down the days in our theater’s dome or anything.
Quarantinewhile… Stephen’s deranged underground zine of news turns its focus to some happy news from the place where chicken rings and romance collide.
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
We counted down Trump’s 100 Most Tremendous Scandals back in October. Rookie mistake. Here’s an updated list, now including “inciting an insurrection,” among others.
Late Night with Seth Meyers
Seth takes a closer look at Donald Trump spending his last full day as president of the United States stewing in private, mulling pardons for well-connected allies and releasing a meaningless, lie-filled farewell message.
Jimmy Kimmel Live
Jimmy breaks down the final full day of the Trump presidency, and talks about all the campaign promises he made and didn’t keep, the 100 pardons Trump is expected to give out, Joe Exotic hoping to be on the list, whether or not all of this was worth it for Donald Trump, Mike Pence planning to attend Biden’s inauguration instead of Trump’s farewell party, Tiffany Trump’s perfectly timed engagement, discovering Rudy Giuliani voted with a provisional ballot after months of discrediting them, and Jimmy looks into his crystal ball to see what the future holds for the members of the Trump administration.
The Late, Late Show with James Corden
James Corden arrives at work in a good mood knowing there’s only One Day More of monologue jokes with Donald Trump serving as President of the United States. Our thanks to our wonderful cast: Joshua Grosso, Jillian Butler, Emily Bautista, Kyle Scatliffe, Shuler Hensley, Patti LuPone and Matt Lucas.
James Corden recaps the headlines on Donald Trump’s last full day as president of the United States, including the Trumps deciding to skip Joe Biden’s inauguration ceremony and his farewell message to the country. And James looks at a story about cocaine hippos becoming a big issue in Colombia.