Stephen Colbert, host of The Late Show , is not a fan of Trump senior policy adviser and "young Gargamel" Stephen Miller. Colbert dedicated much of his latest opening monologue to ripping into Miller for his recent appearances on the Sunday morning shows. Colbert seemed particularly impressed by Miller's vow to “go on any show, anywhere, anytime” to offer evidence for Trump's, now Miller's, claim that there was rampant voter fraud in the 2016 presidential election.
“Any show, anytime, anywhere? Great! How about the Late Show, tomorrow, at the Ed Sullivan Theater?” asked Colbert.
Colbert also taunted Miller with fake footage of him defending Trump’s bogus claims on other shows, including: "The Big Bang Theory," "The Walking Dead," and "Stranger Things."
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"And guess what, you've already confirmed that you will be here tomorrow. Need evidence? Ask anyone in the state of New Hampshire," said Colbert (on the Sunday shows, Miller insisted that "anyone in New Hampshire" could back the claim that Democrats bused voters in from Massachusetts to steal the election).
"And listen, if you don't show up, I'm gonna call you a liar. And if you do show up, I am gonna call you a liar to your face," concluded Colbert.
For a less comedic take on Miller's Sunday show appearances here is "Morning Joe's" analysis, with host Mika Brzezinski noting, "What Stephen Miller said should worry everyone."