Colbert tackles TrumpCare, Russian Ambassadors on Late Show


The Late Show with Stephen Colbert kicked off Wednesday night’s episode by talking about an update on TrumpCare as well as Russian ambassadors.

We are still less than two months into President Donald Trump’s time in office, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert doesn’t look like it’s going to be slowing with the jokes any time soon.

Stephen Colbert opened up Wednesday night’s episode of the CBS late night talk show to talk about and provide an update on the replacement for the Affordable Care Act, which is now being called “TrumpCare” or “ObamaCare Lite”.

The health care replacement bill has been met by opposition on both sides, including many republicans like Rand Paul already being vocally against it. Meanwhile, Trump is pretty confident that the bill is going to get passed, but then again, he’s pretty confident in just about anything that he wants to get done.

The biggest problem, as Colbert points out, is that even older people, or the “ancient ones”, aren’t happy with this new bill. You can watch the entire opening monologue from Wednesday night’s episode of The Late Show in the YouTube video below.

TrumpCare wasn’t the only thing that Colbert talked about in his opening monologue for Wednesday episode. He also discussed all of the news surrounding Trump’s campaign team and Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak, who seems to be popping up everywhere.

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The constant trolling of Trump isn’t going to slow down any time soon, especially because it’s helping The Late Show’s ratings in a big way. As long as Trump is the president, Colbert is going to be on TV making jokes about him.