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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
There’s no one better to give this important tiger update.
Stories of questionable behavior by Bill Gates are coming to light in the wake of his divorce announcement, landing the Microsoft founder in the same Late Show monologue segment as Florida congressman Matt Gaetz, who had a very bad day Monday when his associate pleaded guilty to sex trafficking charges and agreed to cooperate with prosecutors.
Most Incredible Pro-Trump Argument Republicans Have Ever Made
Here is the story of the most incredible argument Republicans have ever made in favor of Donald Trump: Donald Trump is a greater President than Joe Biden because Trump didn’t sleep.
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
Reporters find President Biden’s personal Venmo account, a former Navy pilot says his squadron consistently sees UFOs, and South Carolina’s death row inmates have to choose between electric chair or firing squad.
The CDC says that fully vaccinated people don’t need to wear masks, but experts feel that it’s too soon and that using the honor system probably won’t work.
Late Night with Seth Meyers
Seth takes a closer look at Trump threatening to abandon his former lawyer Rudy Giuliani amid his criminal investigation and Congressman Matt Gaetz’s wingman pleading guilty and promising to cooperate with prosecutors
Jimmy Kimmel Live
“60 Minutes” did a story last night about UFOs and it should be the biggest news story of the year, our house band Cleto and the Cletones made their triumphant return to the studio, President Joe Biden reportedly used Venmo and there are some interesting transactions, Republican lawmakers are up in arms about Biden canceling the “Garden of Heroes,” Joe Exotic is still seeking a pardon, the tiger on the loose in Houston is safe now, and since the 17th season of The Bachelorette starts next month, Jimmy gathered his Bachelorette crew (his wife Molly, and pals/staffers Louis, Erin & Maggie) for an exclusive look at the men who will be competing for Katie’s heart.
The Late Late Show with James Corden
James Corden welcomes 44th President of the United States Barack Obama to the show, and the two recall some of First Lady Michelle Obama’s past adventures on the show. After, James asks the former president about what his life has been after his second term ended and what sense he gets from young people and how they feel about public service. And the “Promised Land” admits he hasn’t made his famous chili in nearly 20 years – he’s been a little busy for the kitchen.
James Corden asks 44th President of the United States Barack Obama about the stories in his book “Promised Land” that recalled the time he became superstitious on his first campaign trail, as he met people across the country who gave him their good luck charms. And he shares with us what rituals he had before his presidential debates, including what was on his playlist.
After James Corden shares his condolences for the recent passing of his family’s dog, Bo, he asks President Barack Obama about The First Dog’s arrival to the White House and how it changed the dynamic of everything in the residence. And President Obama shares what kind of nearly universal response he received when his family announced Bo’s passing.