HBO’s John Oliver Doesn’t Think He’ll Get Deported, But Asks ‘Who Knows?’ (Video)

British comedian also calls Steve Bannon “a terrifying individual” on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”

HBO’s “Last Week Tonight” host John Oliver made a return to late night, this time as a guest on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” Speaking to Colbert on Tuesday, Oliver explained that he is concerned about being “tossed out like tea” as a result of President Trump’s travel ban.

“The crazy thing is, it’s probably not going to happen,” Oliver said. “But there is a non-zero chance of it happening now. So yeah, I am slightly concerned. I have an American wife and an American son now. But who knows what is enough? Having a green card used to be enough.”

The British-born Oliver, who has been off the air since mid-November, joked that America is in flames since his last episode of “Last Week Tonight,” which is still in between seasons.

“Until inauguration day, nothing was really happening, it was just being tied to a train track watching the train coming and of course, inauguration day is the train hitting you,” Oliver said of his time off.

Oliver and Colbert went on to discuss Steve Bannon, who the “Last Week Tonight” host called a “terrifying individual.”

Oliver also blasted newly confirmed Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, saying she’s an inspiration to children because they’re about as qualified for the gig as she is.

“It feels like his inauguration day was 114 years ago, we have a long way to go,” Oliver said of Trump. “It’s easy to be angry on adrenaline but much, much harder when you’re exhausted.”

Check out the video above.