Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, Conan O'Brien unite for Trump response

Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, Conan O'Brien unite for Trump response

Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, Conan O'Brien unite for Trump response

But alert the Nobel Price committee anyway, because he's had much better luck bringing peace to another war zone: Late night.

On Tuesday, he brought three late-night hosts together for a rare joint response to presidential insults at a SC rally on Monday.

Fallon and Colbert played off this presidential beef by mimicking Trump and calling each other "lowlife" and "lost soul".

'Honestly are these people amusing?

In the roughly two-minute bit, aired at the start of both Colbert's "The Late Show" on CBS and Fallon's "The Tonight Show" on NBC, Fallon FaceTime chats Colbert wanting to know if he had seen Trump's Monday night rally in SC. It is still unclear exactly how the collaboration came about, but O'Brien told Variety Colbert reached out to him the Tuesday morning the clip aired.

He then gets a call from Fallon. "Hey, lost soul", Colbert replies. "What are you up to?"

"I remember when [the] US president was too busy to pick fights".

"Be a man", Colbert advised, also parroting Trump's words.

Trump didn't take very kindly to Fallon's latest interview and tweeted on Saturday, telling the show's host to "be a man".

Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert were both targeted (along with Jimmy Kimmel) by President Trump Monday night.

"Really? That doesn't sound like him", said Colbert.

"Hey, low-life!" says Fallon, 43, who seemed to be referring to Trump's reported name for the CBS host at the rally.

"Well that's not right". O'Brien's "Conan", show on TBS, is on hiatus this week.

Colbert continued pressing Trump on where her support truly lies until she finally revealed the message written on the back of her jacket: "How Many More Monstrous Acts Do I Have To Support Before People Finally Start Seeing Me As Complicit In All This?" "He's president? Wow. How's he doing?"

"Those people know I love them", Colbert said. "And remember, please be civil".

O'Brien then signed off the call, leaving Colbert and Fallon to discuss their lunch plans.

"Where do you want to eat?"

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