Determined to find a way to be "off the grid" and "defend your privacy", Colbert jokingly announced he is launching a new service dubbed, "Amishbook", which is "everything about Facebook except the electricity".
"There's more news on the Stormy Daniels front-and the rest of her", Colbert said. Featuring bandleader Jon Batiste and his band Stay Human, the show is broadcast from the historic and newly renovated Ed Sullivan Theater.
Colbert proudly boasted that he has never had a Facebook page before taunting the social media platform's CEO Mark Zuckerberg: "You know nothing about me, Suckerberg". "I apologize. Donald Trump is a great President", Colbert said during his insincere mea culpa. CNN's Bolton blunder even prompted Colbert to say something nobody ever thought he would: "I take everything back".
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Colbert then gave the network a friendly reminder that he is not, in fact, the host of "SNL".
"C'mon, CNN, this isn't SNL", he continued. "C'mon, CNN, this isn't SNL. unless you think SNL stands for 'Stephen's Nightly Laughs'". "It was a Wednesday, we tape during the daytime, and we're not live". The host took a jab at the president for referring to David Schulkin, who recently got sacked by the mogul himself, as "Jim".
Stephen Colbert finally found something to agree with President Trump about.
"Don't sell yourself short, sir: You suck at both", Colbert said.