Stephen Colbert’s New York Times business parody trolls Donald Trump – National

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Stephen Colbert is taking each and every alternative he can to troll U.S. President Donald Trump, and in his newest transfer, he’s taken a New York Times business and made his personal model.

The New York Times advert, titled The Truth Is Hard, initially ran throughout Sunday evening’s Academy Awards broadcast, and used to be supposed as an instance the newspaper’s dedication to reporting the reality (a.ok.a. now not “fake news”).

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Colbert took the advert’s structure and ran with it, promoting his personal display whilst mocking Trump.

Among different issues, the advert calls Trump a bully, a liar, a climate-change denier and “Willy Wonka who has been genetically cross-bred.”

The Late Show will cross are living Tuesday evening (at the side of visitors Lisa Kudrow and ex-White House press secretary Josh Earnest) following Trump’s presidential deal with to the U.S. Congress.

Trump bashed the advert earlier than it aired on Sunday evening.

Former Daily Show host Jon Stewart stopped by means of Colbert’s Late Show on Monday evening to mock the media’s “breakup” with Trump. He emerged from underneath Colbert’s table and admitted he neglected being on TV.

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(You can watch the Late Show model of the New York Times advert on the most sensible of this text.)

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