Donald Trump’s ‘greatest racist hits’ highlighted in Colbert spoof

Stephen Colbert on The Late Show, courtesy of CBS
Stephen Colbert on The Late Show, courtesy of CBS /

Stephen Colbert’s parody ad for NOW That’s What I Call Racist: Donald Trump Edition compiles all of the president’s racist and derogatory statements.

Donald Trump says he’s not a racist. However, it’s very easy to make an argument to the contrary. The president of the United States says derogatory comments about minorities on a frequent basis. Yet, he seems to have a hard time condemning white supremacists, including David Duke of the Ku Klux Klan. Indeed, it’s Trump’s own words which leads many to believe he’s totally a racist.

To further demonstrate this point, Stephen Colbert aired a hilarious segment recently on The Late Show. In the style of those infomercials for the Now That’s What I Call Music box sets, Colbert presented an “album” of Trump’s greatest racist hits. You already know where this is going… with titles of various racist comments displayed on the screen, sound bytes of Trump’s most derogatory comments captured on tape can be heard.

Some of the included bigoted moments include that time Trump said he had “a great relationship with the blacks,” straight to Trump saying there are “very fine people” in the alt-right. And several teases of more of his notorious sayings are included as well, including comments about African nations being “sh-thole countries” and his remarks about Nigerians living in huts. Of course, with those rumored tapes of Trump dropping the N-word on the set of The Apprentice being a thing, one can’t help but wonder if another box set will be needed.

To watch the video, you can check it out in the YouTube clip below.

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Certainly, Trump would only refer to this bit as “fake news” like he does everything negative about him. He pretty much says that about anything to come from Colbert. But those who choose to enjoy it can watch The Late Show with Stephen Colbert weeknights at 11:35 p.m. EST on CBS.