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Stephen Colbert to Trump: ‘The Only Thing Your Mouth is Good for is Being Vladimir Putin’s C*ck Holster’

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Stephen Colbert let loose a blistering, profanity-laced barrage of individual insults versus President Donald Trump throughout Monday’s broadcast of TheLate Show.

Colbert couched his attacks on the president as an attempt to protect his CBS associate and Face the Country host John Dickerson, whose reveal the president “enjoys” and jokingly called”Deface The Country” in an interview today.

“Donald Trump, John Dickerson is a fair-minded journalist and one of the most qualified people who will ever stroll into your office, and you treat him like that?” Colbert said. “Dickerson has method too much self-respect to trade insults with a president of the United States to his face.”

So, Colbert chose to do it for him: “I sir, am no John Dickerson,” he stated before starting in on Trump.

“Mr. President, I love your presidency, I call it ‘Disgrace The Nation,'” he began. “You’re not the POTUS, you’re the ‘BLOTUS.’ You’re the glutton with the button. You’re a routine ‘Canyon Washington.’ You’re the ‘presi-dunce’ but you’re developing into a genuine ‘prick-tator.'”

“Sir, you draw in more skinheads than free Rogaine,” Colbert continued. “You have more people marching against you than cancer. You talk like a sign-language gorilla that got struck in the head.”

“In fact, the only thing your mouth is good for is being Vladimir Putin’s c * ck holster,” Colbert said, as the audience emerged in laughter and applause.

“Your governmental library is going to be a kids menu and a number of ‘Juggs’ magazines,” he concluded. “The only thing smaller than your hands are your income tax return … and you can take that any way you want.”

Colbert has actually ramped up his attacks on the president as his program has actually seen a steady rise in the rankings considering that Inauguration Day. The CBS host has routinely beaten late-night competing Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Program in total audiences since January, though Fallon frequently holds the edge in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demonstration.

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