Colbert uses Frozen song ‘Let It Go’ to rip Trump

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On last night’s The Late Show, host Stephen Colbert used the popular Disney song “Let It Go” from Frozen to take aim at President Donald Trump.

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Much to Donald Trump’s chagrin, Colbert continued his criticism of the president on last night’s Late Show. During his monologue, Colbert brought up the news that James Comey kept details of an Oval Office meeting he’d had with Trump. And from what it sounds like, Trump basically tried to pressure Comey into dropping his investigation into Michael Flynn — a Trump associate whom allegedly had ties to Russia.

According to the report, Trump repeatedly said to Comey, “I hope you can let this go.” Despite the seriousness of the allegations, Trump really thought Comey would just simply… let it go. You already know where this is going.

“Trump told Comey repeatedly to let it go,” says Colbert, setting up the bit. He adds, “He even got Ivanka to help,” before showing footage of Elsa from Frozen singing “Let It Go”. That seems innocent enough, but with Elsa representing Ivanka, Colbert throws in this jab at Trump:

"“So beautiful. So beautiful. Talented. Lovely. I hear if she wasn’t a cartoon, he’d date her.”"

It seems nothing is off limits for Colbert when it comes to mocking President Trump — not even incest jokes. You can watch the segment in the YouTube video below.

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Catch new episodes of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert weeknights on CBS at 11:35 p.m. ET.