James Corden, Stephen Colbert Celebrate Trump’s Last Day In Office With Final Jokes, Musical Numbers

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James Corden, Stephen Colbert Celebrate Trump’s Last Day In Office With Final Jokes, Musical Numbers
Donald Trump’s final day in office has finally come and television’s late night hosts could not be more excited to welcome President-elect Joe Biden and his administration. Stephen Colbert, James Corden and more late-night personalities celebrated the final day of the Trump administration in their own ways, from cranking out their final roasts to featuring musical numbers inspired by the president’s hectic days.

The Late Show host opened his show by revisiting his live episode from the night Trump won the 2016 election. Nearly four years ago, when he could host an in-person audience, Colbert mentioned that Americans have “four very interesting years in front of us” under Trump.

“I might have undersold that just a smidge,” Colbert quipped on Tuesday night.

He walked audiences down memory lane, spotlighting Trump’s top controversial moments, from him complimenting the Charlottesville protestors to his challenging Hurricane Dorian’s trajectory with a sharpie.
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