Colbert Begs Trump: Please, Please, Please Don't Fire Sean Spicer


The conclusion the "Late Show" host came to?

As the Times story's first shockwaves spread over Washington on Tuesday, CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer asked Maine Senator Angus King, an independent who caucuses with the Democrats, if Americans are 'getting closer and closer to the possibility of yet another impeachment process'. "We don't know what that means".

"The entire week has been a messaging disaster, and sources say Trump is "frustrated and angry at everyone" and that he's considering a 'huge reboot, '" he said.

Stephen Colbert has a simple request for President Trump: Don't fire Sean Spicer.

'Yeah that is definitely obstruction of something, ' said Colbert. Last week, the president called the CBS host "a no-talent guy" who isn't amusing and tells "filthy" jokes.

Colbert also had something to say regarding Trump's threats to get rid of press briefings: "I have something to say here", he said. I feel like Donald Trump is one of those "at the bottom of the pile" cases in the court system. White House officials have since refuted the report.

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The Trump administration set off a firestorm when it refused to grant USA media access to the president's meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Ambassador Sergey Kislyak at the White House last Wednesday.

"Oh, sir. Please don't do your own press conferences". I can't believe this.

'I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go.

The social media team for "The Daily Show" sent out series of tweets in a viral Twitter thread.

"What's really sad about this is that Donald Trump is trying to impress the Russians with the fact that he's president, " Noah said.