Comic Emma Willmann Kills On Live 'Late Show' Without One Trump Joke

And that's saying something.

No pressure, right?

Comedian Emma Willmann made her television debut on a live “Late Show with Stephen Colbert” broadcast after the debate. That’s like doing standup for a room of millions.

But Willmann performed well, making jokes about her small town and her decision to come out early in her comedy routine.

“I hate that stereotype that lesbians are mean to men,” she said. “You think lesbians are mean to men? Have you ever talked to a straight married woman over 45? ... Give her some white zinfandel and she’ll commit a hate crime.”

Additional props to Willmann for not making one political crack.