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Elizabeth Warren would like your donation now
Sen. Elizabeth Warren says she successfully called President Trump's deception, but he does not admit it. The president repeatedly accused Warren of lying about his Native American heritage, and said he would donate $ 1 million to a charity of his choice if a DNA test showed he had Native American ancestry.
But last week, he received the results of a DNA test that showed him that he had a small amount of Native American blood. Now she says she expects Trump to pay. Stephen Colbert said that everything seemed to imply that Warren has his sights set on a higher office.
"This test reveals with precision and with high confidence that Elizabeth Warren is running for the presidency." Stephen Colbert
In "The Daily Show," Trevor Noah highlighted Trump's response: the president told reporters on Monday that he did not care about Warren's DNA test, and said he had never offered to pay $ 1 million to the charity.
"Although Elizabeth Warren took the test, now she says she will not pay the million dollars." Basically, this white man made a promise to Senator Warren and then returned to what he said. So I guess she really is Native American after all. " TREVOR NOAH
Colbert rolled the tape of the July demonstration, where Trump said he would pay $ 1 million to the charity if Warren produces DNA results that show the Native Americans' heritage. At the rally, Trump said he would give Warren the DNA test "gently, because we're in the #MeToo generation." Colbert was outraged by that.
"I'll stop right there, just to point out that Trump made a big effort to put a #MeToo joke in the middle of his racist tirade, it's like he's doing a turducken that's all turd." – STEPHEN COLBERT
Colbert in Kanye
Colbert was off the air last week, which meant he missed the opportunity to mock Kanye West for his appearance in the Oval Office. But on Monday, Colbert managed to take a hit with the help of his band leader, Jon Batiste.
STEPHEN COLBERT: I had this strange dream in which I could have sworn that Kanye West went to the Oval Office and started talking about the repeal of Amendment 13.
JON BATISTE: Yes, that happened.
COLBERT: That happens? I thought maybe I had been taking absinthe all week.
CAMBRIC: No, it happened.
COLBERT: Which, spoiler alert, I was drinking absinthe all week.
The Punchiest Punchlines (Ariana Grande Edition)
"This is one of the most disturbing violations of human rights in recent memory, and yet, Donald Trump is doing everything he can to find excuses for Saudi Arabia, and note: it can hardly be bent. forward. "- STEPHEN COLBERT, discussing The defense of Trump of the Saudi government after the alleged murder of a journalist
"We're here until Friday night, and then we go back to L.A. This is a limited commitment, like Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande." JIMMY KIMMEL, announcing the start of a week of recorded shows at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York
The bits that are worth seeing
Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts is one of the most blatantly gossip games you can ask a guest to play on "The Late Late Show."
Jimmy Kimmel's nephews are not big fans of cooked ants.
What excites us on Tuesday night
Lin-Manuel Miranda, the creator of "Hamilton", is converting another of his theatrical productions. in a movie. He will be at "The Late Show" on Tuesday.
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Tarana Burke, the activist and founder of Me Too, wants to remind us that the movement was originally meant to focus heavily on helping survivors obtain resources.