"What happened on Jan. 6, senator?” Fauci said, responding to Republican lawmakers' latest attack against him.
The Texas Republican's "gag" about California Gov. Gavin Newsom's Mexico vacation was slammed as “legit disgusting."
There was no evidence of widespread fraud. "You know that," Margaret Brennan told the senator.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) tried to attack Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) but she shot back at him saying how Donald Trump broke Cruz.
S.E. Cupp flipped the Fox News personality's dismissal of the Donald Trump-opposing Wyoming Republican back on him.
The Republican congresswoman snapped back, "A real man would be defending his wife, and his father, and the Constitution.”
"Uh... Ted? Do you know how the rest of that limerick actually goes?"
Aidy Bryant's miffed senator starts his own "Cruz Street" where the episode is sponsored by "Q" — the man, not the letter.
The "Sesame Street" character coined a new word just for the Texas senator.
The Texas senator attacked Big Bird and Colbert has a reply straight from the street — "Sesame Street," that is.
"If there comes a point where it’s hopeless, then I think we take NASA, we take the military, we take the oil,” Cruz told an audience at Texas A&M University.
The iconic Sesame Street bird flew right into the culture wars by tweeting about his new COVID-19 vaccine.
The Texas senator then tweeted a clip from his interview containing his false claim about Merrick Garland, but not the fact-check that followed.
The "Late Night" team also suggested outfits for Mitch McConnell, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Jen Psaki.
Sen. Ted Cruz defended a parent who gave a Nazi salute at a school board meeting as he sparred with Attorney General Merrick Garland over a crackdown on rising threats against public school officials.
The Texas Republican asked if giving a Nazi salute at an elected official is protected speech.
GOP senators took turns making false and offensive claims about “a male wearing a skirt" involved in a Virginia sexual assault case.
“We don’t need your lectures, thanks mate.” An Australian politician blasted Sen. Ted Cruz after he called the Northern Territory's new COVID-19 vaccine mandate “tyranny.”
The Northern Territory leader hit Cruz with some harsh facts after the senator called Australia's COVID-19 strategy "tyranny."
The late night host hates Halloween and he's no fan of Cruz, either.