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Colbert Weighs in on Bernie and Mocks Trump With Song Lyrics (Video)

It’s been a weird one out there

On Wednesday, Stephen Colbert poked fun at Donald Trump, first with some song lyrics mocking Trump’s recent statements about Roger Stone, and then with a shout out to Bernie Sanders.

First, Colbert noted that earlier in the day, when Trump was hosting the president of Ecuador, he started ranting about Roger Stone’s legal troubles, and also who he thinks should have been punished instead of his former adviser. “Where’s Comey? What’s happening to McCabe? What’s happening to Lisa and Peter Strzok?” Trump demanded while speaking to reporters.

Cue Colbert, who after playing video of the weird rant slipped into his Trump impression with some song lyrics. “Where in the world is Carmen San Diego? What’s the frequency, Kenneth?” Colbert-as-Trump asked. “What’s new, Pussycat? Who wrote the book of love? That guys should be in jail, the book of love guy. Who put the bomp in the bomp sha bomp sha bomp? Who put the ram in the rama lama ding dong?”

Colbert then played footage of Trump talking about the New Hampshire primary and his summation of apparent front runner Bernie Sanders as someone whose message people like.

Colbert then played footage of Bernie articulating his message by saying “we are going to unite together and defeat the most dangerous president in the modern history of this country.”

“He’s right! A lot of people do like that message,” Colbert quipped.

See the clip below: