Stephen Colbert wished everyone a happy President’s Day and got right into politics. Off the bat he mentioned how the #notmypresident rallies were taking place across the country to which he replied “your President, deal with it.” But his opening monologue moved into a different place when he mentioned one of the most ruthless terrorist organizations, ISIS. But apparently ISIS isn’t the worst. Apparently to get in Trump’s dog house you have to post pictures of Trump’s inauguration crowd. That’s the real way to get our President riled up.
Trump has been making the media out to be public enemy number one and Colbert isn’t shy to point it out, not to mention make fun of it. You can see his entire monologue above. As far as the rest of the show Colbert tried deciphering teenager emojis, had on guests Uma Thurman and Jason Jones, musical guest Alison Krauss and celebrities singing for Sweden.
In case you missed the show last night we have clips of everything!
Deciphering the Teenage Emoji Code
Teenagers, your best kept secrets have officially been unlocked.
Uma Thurman Risks Stephen’s Ire For Turning Down ‘Lord Of The Rings’
The beloved star of ‘Kill Bill,’ now guest starring in ‘Imposters,’ describes her choice as ‘one of the worst decisions ever made.’
Jason Jones Doesn’t Regret Becoming A U.S. Citizen
‘The Detour’ star discusses the odd and inspiring process of becoming an American.
A Star-Studded Cast Sings ‘We Are All Sweden’
Celebrities like BeyoncÃ©, Taylor Swift and Bruno Mars didn’t unite to stand in solidarity for Sweden.
Alison Krauss Performs ‘I Never Cared For You’
The legendary singer Alison Krauss sings a Willie Nelson cover from her new album ‘Windy City.’