Stephen Colbert's Withering Impression Of Eric Trump Takes A Very Dark Turn

The "Late Show" host also broke a promise he'd made about former President Donald Trump.

Stephen Colbert jumped into character as Eric Trump to poke fun at his father, former President Donald Trump, for asking the crowd during a recent campaign rally if they didn’t like their children.

“If you don’t like your kids that much, or if you don’t like them at all, which happens on occasion, don’t leave them a thing,” the former president told the audience in Davenport, Iowa, on Sunday during a ramble about eliminating estate taxes. “Does anybody in here not like their children?”

Colbert, as Eric Trump, responded: “Hey, Dad’s talking about me.”

“Dad, it’s me, thanks for the shout-out Dad, the only thing I want you to leave me is a hug,” he continued. “Or just slip me in the casket with you.”

“Kind of dark, huh? Kind of sad,” Colbert acknowledged later.

The late night host earlier in his monologue sort of broke a vow to never impersonate Trump again.

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