Stephen Colbert Reads Bits From the Book That Trump Wants to Sue

  • AUTHOR: isbah
  • POSTED ON: June 18, 2020

all the claims by the President saying that the virus will “just vanish” and
“go away soon”, it is still here and is responsible for a lot of deaths in the
world. At least 20 states in the United States are witnessing a rise in the
infections once again and experts have warned that the conditions for lockdown
should be implemented once more or the situation will worsen.


“This is
the most predictable health outcome since the CDC published its landmark study “Health projections and inflammation results of sticking’ your penis in that
hornet’s nest” Late Show host
Stephen Colbert joked on Wednesday.


Mike Pence decided that the wise move to take away all the blame from the
government would be to put it on the increase in testing. Apparently, everyone
in Trump’s government is a champion of medical science and this is probably why
Pence was so confident when he said that there is no second wave. It reminds us
of how Trump and co refused to believe in the existence of the virus until it
killed hundreds and thousands of people in the US.


news for all the thousands of people who checked into hospitals this week — you
can go home! Turns out you were faking it for all the free pudding,” quipped


“Now keep
in mind, Pence is the same medical genius who only 20 years ago wrote an
article arguing that “despite the hysteria from the political class and the
media, smoking doesn’t kill,” said Colbert. “You do not want Mike Pence as
your doctor.”


Pence is not all wrong. We have not entered the second wave of the virus
because we are still stuck in the first. “That’s like saying, Honey, I promise
I’m not going to cheat on you again because I never stopped cheating on you the
first time,” said Colbert.

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also decided to take a look at the new book called The Room Where It Happened
which was written by former national security advisor John Bolton. Trump has
sued the book and is striving to ban the publication so everyone is super
interested. “This afternoon several newspapers published excerpts,” said
Colbert. “And — I can’t believe I’m saying this — it’s worse than even I

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Updated June 18, 2020
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