Stephen Colbert Mocks Trump's Social Media Bans: 'What Are You Waiting for Pornhub?'

Stephen Colbert has said that Donald Trump acted like a "weasel" and a "little boy" over his Twitter ban.

The late-night host and fervent critic of Trump lambasted the president's expulsion from social media sites following last week's insurrection at Capitol Hill.

"He hasn't been impeached yet but the president has suffered some consequences," Colbert said on Monday Night's installment of The Late Show. "On Friday, citing the risk of him fomenting more violence, Twitter banned the president permanently... Oh Damn! A lifetime Twitter ban has got to sting, they took away his precious."

After last week's storming of the Capitol building by Trump supporters, Twitter permanently banned the president's account, citing the "risk of further incitement of violence."

Twitter is not the only site to ban Trump, he is also banned from accessing Facebook, Snapchat, Spotify, Twitch, Shopify, and Stripe.

Reddit, TikTok, YouTube and Pinterest announced new restrictions on posting in support of Trump or his actions—in a move that has concerned world leaders.

Colbert continued: "According to a senior administration official when he found out the president 'went ballistic'—a troubling description of a man who still has the nuclear codes."

Exaggerating an accent, Colbert joked that Trump "blew up" on discovering his Twitter ban, "his anger detonated in a white flash of light and then mushroomed out destroying everything in its path. I guess what I'm saying is; the fat man acted like a little boy."

Colbert then spoke about how Trump tried to tweet from the official POTUS account and the Trump campaign account before Twitter swiftly intervened.

"Then the president went into full weasel mode," Colbert continued. "He tried to tweet from the official POTUS account but Twitter swiftly deleted those tweets, so he slithered over to the official Twitter account for the president's campaign, but his campaign's Twitter account was then suspended."

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The suspended Twitter account of U.S. President Donald Trump appears on an iPhone screen on January 08, 2021 in San Anselmo, California. Citing the risk of further incitement of violence following an attempted insurrection on Wednesday, Twitter permanently suspended President Donald Trump’s account. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Colbert went on to say that Trump is "just getting Kayleigh McEnany to write his tweets on poster board and hold them out by the underpass."

He added: "But Twitter isn't the only social media site that wants nothing to do with our president. He's also been banned or restricted from a bevy of other platforms, including Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, Reddit, and even Twitch. What are you waiting for, Pornhub? The president can't even turn to alt-right cesspools, because Parler has been shut down after Amazon kicked the website off its servers."

Colbert's roast of the president comes following a scathing rant from fellow late-night host, Seth Meyers, who lambasted Melania Trump for her "self serving" statement on the Capitol violence on Monday night.

"When it came to faux, self serving, 'let's lower the temperature' rhetoric, the cake was taken by future former first lady Melania Trump," Meyers said.