Late Night Hosts Join Forces to Respond to Trump

Posted June 28, 2018

The nicknames are a reference to Trump, who called Fallon a "lost soul" and Colbert a "lowlife" and "this guy on CBS" during a rally in SC on Wednesday.

They also enlisted fellow TV host Conan O'Brien for the skit played out over a video call.

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In the sketch, Colbert is writing his monologue, only to be interrupted by a video call from Fallon.

It also follows Trump calling out Fallon on Twitter, telling the NBC host to "be a man".

After O'Brien hung up to shave his chest, Colbert and Fallon agreed to meet for dinner.

Fallon brought up Trump's rally, but both said they hadn't watched. "Hey, lost soul", Colbert responded.

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"Well that's not right", Colbert says, confused.

Trump was referencing a moment during the 2016 presidential campaign when Fallon messed up Trump's famous hair on "The Tonight Show".

Of course, it's far too late for that, as they are now clearly in Trump's cross-hairs.

"I heard he said we're all no talent, low-life, lost souls", responded Fallon. Heard he said we're all no talent, low life, lost souls, ' Fallon said.

"The guy on CBS, what a lowlife", Trump said.

"Oh. Well guys, give him time", says Conan, adding, "And, remember, please be civil. He's president?! Wow! How's he doing?" "If we're not careful, this thing could start to get ugly", he says. He then went on to refer to Stephen Colbert as "the guy on CBS" with "no talent". The two comedians also sarcastically claimed they didn't watch Trump's SC rally, but heard he said some pretty mean stuff about them.

"The last time someone else tooted Trump's horn it cost him $130,000", Fallon said.

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