Stephen Colbert Thinks Trump Misread 1 Key Word In His 46-Minute Rant On Facebook

The “Late Show” host also mocked the president for showing a "surprising amount of self-awareness” in his diatribe.

Stephen Colbert on Wednesday tore into President Donald Trump’s conspiracy theory-filled speech on Facebook about the election, and suggested that the president had misread one critical word in his rant.

Trump started the 46-minute diatribe by saying it “may be the most important speech I’ve ever made.” Colbert, however, thought it was perhaps the president’s most “impotent” address.

“Because it was just another rambling mass of lies that lasted a full 46 minutes,” the “Late Show” host said. “My big complaint? He should have done this a week ago, not because he said anything worth hearing, but at least the people who canceled a big family Thanksgiving could have pretended they were still eating with their racist uncle.”

Later in his monologue, the comedian claimed that Trump had shown a “surprising amount of self-awareness” when he acknowledged “what I’m saying now will be demeaned and disparaged, but that’s OK.”

“Well, as long as it’s OK,” Colbert said, before letting loose on the president.

“You’re a petty, angry man desperate for validation you will never receive and have never deserved,” he said. “And in 50 days, you’ll be out of the White House without the protections of executive power, and no court is going to uphold you pardoning yourself.”

“And here’s the thing: All the contested states are now certified. It’s over,” he concluded.

Check out Colbert’s monologue here:

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