Colbert Eviscerates Stephen Miller With Updated Statue of Liberty Poem (Video)

“Give me your wealthy, your rich, your huddled MBA’s yearning to be tax free”

Stephen Colbert went in on the Donald Trump administration and policy adviser Stephen Miller on Thursday’s “The Late Show,” ripping the White House for its new immigration policy.

Colbert once again mocked Miller, whom he referred to as “senior policy advisor and national forehead reserve,” for the disastrous press conference he gave earlier this week attempting to sell the new point-system policy.

The late-night host singled in on Miller’s statement that the famous Emma Lazarus poem — “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free” — doesn’t represent the original meaning of the Statue of Liberty.

“I have never seen a presidential administration refuse to fully endorse the Statue of Liberty,” Colbert said.

“Here’s the thing about the poem and the Statue of Liberty,” he continued. “I agree with Stephen Miller that we’re never going to live up to it. It’s an aspirational document, like ‘Love your neighbor as yourself,’ or ‘All men are created equal,’ or ‘Employees must wash hands before returning to work.’ It’s something to strive for.”

Colbert concluded the segment by proposing a new poem for the statue that would better reflect the ideals of the new policy.

“Give me your wealthy, your rich, your huddled MBA’s yearning to be tax free,” Colbert said, holding up a prop torch. “Send these, the English-speaking, fully insured, to me. I lift my lamp beside the golden door, and lift my leg upon your filthy poor. P.S. no fatties, please.”

Watch the video.