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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
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Americans love Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson so much they may want to send him to the White House in 2024. But is handing the nuclear launch codes to another celebrity president really what this country needs?
Last night, our host asked viewers to tweet suggestions as to what he should call our disgraced former leader when mentioning him on air. And wow, did you good people deliver! Watch as Stephen shares some of his favorites, including “Mar-A-Lardo” and “King Baby Coward.” Got a nickname for the 45th president? Tweet it to @colbertlateshow including the tag
,center>Quarantinewhile… Another Giant Jesus Statue Rises In Brazil
Quarantinewhile… I’ll see your giant Jesus statue, and raise you an even bigger Jesus statue!
Haunted by the terror of living in a militarized, racist police state? Try the “Biden Comfort Pillow” and rest in the arms of a comfortable debate about protesting.
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
The CDC and FDA recommend a pause in the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and the U.K. ends their lockdown.
The entire fate of Biden’s infrastructure bill rests in the meaty hands of Senator Joe Manchin. Here’s a look at Manchin, his status in the “radical center” and his defense of his home state of West Virginia.
Late Night with Seth Meyers
Seth takes a closer look at the House Ethics Committee opening an investigation into Congressman Matt Gaetz, who was reportedly snubbed by his political idol Donald Trump.
Jimmy Kimmel Live
The USA came in at #6 on the list of best countries in the world, MyPillow Mike Lindell is set to launch a new social media platform as well as a new site that he believes will be “a rival to Amazon,” Jeff Bezos’ company Blue Origin just landed a multi-dollar contract with the Pentagon, robots are now living among us, Uber could start to deliver marijuana, Jimmy got the vaccine, Dr. Jim answers questions about the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and we look back to 2020 for “This Week in COVID History.”
The Late Late Show with James Corden
James Corden kicks off the show trying to imagine how he would cast “The Crown” with the members of The Late Late Show staff. And after he gets into the headlines, including Dwayne Johnson saying he would run for president of the United States if the people want it, James imagines Jason Statham as Secretary of State. And James takes a shot at the Los Angeles neighborhood Silver Lake.