Didja miss President Trump’s cameo in “The Emoji Movie”? Stephen Colbert didn’t.
“The Late Show” dedicated Thursday’s cold open to the unexpected (and not real, obviously) screen-time, in which POTUS as a Russian Flag emoji talks the (non-existent) ears off of a very patient chocolate chip cookie.
“Wouldn’t it be nice if we actually got along with Russia?” real Trump audio is paired up with the faux footage. “Wouldn’t that be good? I mean, is that a bad thing?”
Then, (real) Trump rants about Oreos. Wrong cookie, dude.
Watch the video above.
“The Emoji Movie” is out in theaters today.
9 Movies to Remind You How Bad US Health Care Used to Be - And Might Be Again (Photos)
As Trump-threatened repeal vote looms, here’s a look back at how Hollywood covered the problems of the pre-Obamacare healthcare industry
The Republicans are continuing their attempt at repealing the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, with the Senate voting to push a repeal bill to floor debate. The bill looks to roll back a number of the protections put in place by the ACA to protect Americans from issues like being denied coverage for pre-existing conditions or hitting lifetime limits on care. But people hated American health care so much before 2010, Hollywood made plenty of movies, TV shows and documentaries about it. Here's a list of films that are a helpful reminder of how American health care used to be in the pre-2010 world.
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