Treason! Colbert, Kimmel, Fallon, Meyers and Noah Blast Donald Trump's Meeting With Vladimir Putin

Just about every late-night host had something to say about President Donald Trump's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday.

The joint press conference, held in Helsinki, triggered outrage across the nation after the U.S. president publicly failed to side with American intelligence agencies' assessment of Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Trump and Putin's meeting came after 12 Russian officials were indicted for conspiring to hack into computers of the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton presidential campaign.

Late-night hosts Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, Seth Meyers, Trevor Noah and Jimmy Fallon didn't hold back when dissecting Trump's comments, each issuing a mouthful in their opening monologues.

On The Late Show, Colbert called the meeting between Trump and Putin "so weird and so disturbing," and said Trump's behavior during the summit was grounds for "treason."

"Today has shaken me to my core, and I don't think I need to point out that at 54 there's not a lot of core left," Colbert said.

Before calling the meeting a "total win for Putin and a shameful day for America," Kimmel said the president's behavior was the "strangest of all 542 bizarre days of Donald Trump's reign of era" and suggested Americans "now know beyond a treasonable doubt" that Putin has an incriminating video of Trump, otherwise known as the infamous "peeing" tape.

Meyers said the summit was "one of the most surreal performances by a president in modern American history."

"Trump gushes over Putin like a flustered 12-year-old who just met Mickey at Disneyland," Meyers teased.

Daily Show host Trevor Noah shared Meyer's sentiments about Trump's enthrallment of Putin and likened the president to a "team cheerleader pumping up the other side." After showing a clip of Trump seemingly praising Putin's offer to send Russian intelligence to help work on the ongoing Russian collusion case currently being investigated by special counsel Robert Muller, Noah suggested Putin may actually have some kind of alarming dirt on Trump.

"Are you s***ting me? So Putin offered to help investigate his own crime? And president Art of the Deal says, 'What an incredible offer?'" Noah said. "Either Putin has something on Trump or Trump is just an idiot who got played. This is what you get when you put a KGB agent against a KFC agent."

Meanwhile, Fallon joked on The Tonight Show that the meeting between Putin and Trump "went so well that Putin said he might make Trump president for another four years."