Colbert warns Trump against provoking North Korea: 'We're all gonna die'

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Agosto 10, 2017

On last night's LATE SHOW, of the fifteen countries to sign sanctions against North Korea, Stephen is suspicious about why the hermit nation singled out the United States as the LONE TARGET for retaliation.

"Don't worry, the story gets worse", he said, citing news that the UN Security Council voted 15-0 to sanction North Korea - a move that Kim Jong-un responded to with an aggressive statement about "teaching the USA a severe lesson".

On Tuesday night, the Late Show host answered questions over a plate of wings 110 times hotter than a jalapeño with guest Sean Evans, host of First We Feast's popular Hot Ones Challenge. I'm not saying what we have isn't special.

Jeffress told the Post "that gives the government the authority to do whatever, whether it's assassination, capital punishment or evil punishment, to quell the actions of evildoers like Kim Jong Un".

Of course, Colbert also had words for Trump, who set the worldwide community on edge when he threatened that Kim and his regime "will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen" if they don't back down. He has been very threatening, beyond a normal statement.

An exasperated Colbert could barely react to the clip. "And I just started The Handmaid's Tale".

Left-wing website Slate's take on the monologue was even worse than the segment itself. "But we're all gonna die". Colbert also addressed the president directly, offering wise counsel to a man facing the toughest test of his leadership so far....

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