Trump Hits New Low With Creepy Remarks

Donald Trump's recent speech when more than just a little off the rails when he began addressing his daughter, Ivanka. He revealed a number of ways in which they refer to one another, and that provided instant fodder for observers.

Comedian Stephen Colbert delivered a monologue on 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert' on his favorite topic this week: President Donald Trump. The funny man thinks he's discovered the president's super-secret security nickname.

Colbert mocked the president's speech in North Dakota on Wednesday, which wasn't hard to do. The state is currently having a drought, and Trump admitted that he didn't realize they had droughts that far up North. He also added that people in Texas suffering devastation from Hurricane Harvey are suffering 'the opposite', and he told the people of North Dakota that they're 'much better off'.

Trump naturally seems to give plenty of fodder for comedians to turn into gold. He said in his North Dakota speech that his daughter and White House aide Ivanka Trump asked him she could join him on the visit.

“She actually said, ’Daddy can I go with you,’” Trump said. “I like that.”

Colbert responded that calling the president 'daddy' is 'not weird at all'. He mentions that all the advisors at the White House call him 'daddy'.

“Sean Spicer was actually the one who started it,” Colbert joked.

Colbert also mentioned Trump's comments about Hurricane Irma, which is currently getting ready to slam into Florida after tearing apart some islands in the Caribbean.

Doing his best Trump imitation, Colbert read out a tweet the president made earlier that day. "Watching Hurricane closely. My team, which has done, and is doing, such a good job in Texas, is already in Florida. No rest for the weary!"

"That's a really oddly casual way to describe exhausted first responders racing to save lives," Colbert said. He then showed a joking clip of president Franklin Delano Roosevelt delivering the news that Pearl Harbor was attacked by Japan, saying, "That's the way the cookie crumbles!"

Colbert has always been very vocal in his opposition to Trump and his entire administration. He mocked Jeff Sessions this week for his announcement that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program will be cancelled. He played a clip of the Attorney General saying DACA was being rescinded.

Continuing in Session's southern accent, Colbert added, "I do declare, it is being defect-uated. We don't know why or who all is rescinding it, probably those nasty immigrant children, but... as my momma used to say, 'Life is like a box of chocolates, now get out of the country'."

“It’s happening by somebody to somebody, I don’t know who,” Colbert joked, imitating Sessions.

Colbert then turned slightly serious for a moment, responding to Sessions claim that ‘dreamers’ being deported doesn’t mean that they’re bad people.

"Deporting innocent people does not mean they're bad people. It means you're a bad person," he said.

Colbert also mercilessly ridiculed Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders for saying 'President Obama' instead of 'President Trump' in a press briefing.

Immediately after making the faux pas, Sanders sheepishly said, "Sorry... President Trump."

Colbert shot back, "It's okay; we're sorry he's president, too."

Source: HuffPost
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