Colbert leads his audience in the 'loudest booing Trump has ever heard'

Image Chadian troops participate in the closing ceremony of Operation Flintlock in 2015

In case you hadn't heard the POTUS is actually calling for the firing of peaceful protesters now, specifically the National Football League players protesting police brutality against African Americans. "How is that ungrateful?"

"You think black Americans are free from the worry of being shot by agents of the state?" asked Noah in disbelief.

Then in even later night Seth Meyers unleashed one of his harshest attacks yet by letting writer Amber Ruffin take over his "A Closer Look" segment!

Meyers rolled several clips of anchors discussing Trump's "son of a bitch" comment, including one in which an anchor suggested that the clip might be inappropriate for children.

He then shouted to the audience: "Listen to this: Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpBiden slams Trump over golf gif hitting Clinton Trump Jr. declines further Secret Service protection: report Report: Mueller warned Manafort to expect an indictment MORE is president". When black athletes peacefully protest racism and police brutality, Trump has no trouble summoning his outrage.

"This weekend was in many ways the flawless distillation of Trump's presidency, feeding his base cultural and racial resentments to keep them on his side while his team of corrupt authoritarians tries to swindle hard-working Americans out of their health care", Meyers said.

He then mocked Trump's assurance that this had "nothing to do with race."

"Trump is trying to make sure to let black people know that if we don't fall in line, we will be punished", she added. That was unnecessary. That was unnecessary roughness.

"There should be a flag on that play", Colbert joked. "I could say that with confidence".

Twenty-eight N.F.L. teams released statements supporting the players, Colbert said, and on Sunday the protest inflated from fewer than 10 players to more than 250.

The National Anthem protests aren't likely to stop anytime soon.

"Today, Donald Trump was still tweeting", Colbert continued, showing Trump's tweet claiming "The issue of kneeling has nothing to do with race". "Just like your presidency".

Related News:

Most liked

Rohingya crisis: Myanmar cancels United Nations officials' planned visit to Rakhine state
Access to the area by relief agencies and global media has been heavily controlled by Myanmar's army and government. The state government will later form a committee to redistribute the land in accordance with the law he said.

Equifax CEO retires effective immediately
The company said that it will now begin looking for a permanent replacement CEO - searching both internally and externally. The credit reporting agency announced this morning that Smith will retire effective immediately.

Politics What Senators Told Abaribe About Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB Yesterday
Human rights groups have reported that the army's highhandedness has led to death of scores of IPOB members. Saraki condemned the categorisation of IPOB as a terrorist organisation, saying it was unconstitutional.

Almost 400 cats, dogs rescued from Virgin Islands
Gear, a Virginia Beach resident, co-owns Island Dog Rescue , a local nonprofit that specializes in saving dogs from the U.S. According to Gear, the animals she helped rescue have been faring well since leaving the storm-battered islands.