During a 'Late Show with Stephen Colbert' appearance, Andrew Yang said that the lack of diversity during Tuesday's Democratic debate reflected "inequities and realities in our economy."
The billionaire 2020 candidate gave an interview to Stephen Colbert on "The Late Show" as others took part in the Iowa CNN debate.
The day before an impeachment vote in the House of Representatives, Trump made the bizarre comparison in a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
"Trump is stealing all my bits," the comedian joked Wednesday night on 'The Late Show.'
Trump claimed to have "many Puerto Rican friends."
"I'll be honest, I really do think that this was a breakaway night," she said in her appearance on "The Late Show."
"Ouch, Fox News, you pledged to be there for him for better or worse," The Late Show host joked.
On the controversial question of whether Harry Potter should have ended up with Hermione instead of Ron, O'Rourke chose Potter.
The president stormed out of a meeting on Wednesday, claiming Pelosi had accused him of engaging in a cover-up.
Barkley mocked Shaq for being willing to endorse every kind of product on TV.
The comical footage was in response to Trump's claim that planes are becoming "too complex to fly."
"Tucker when you defend child brides you don't go on the naughty list," Colbert said.
The president had some surprising answers.
"Hope heaven doesn't have a travel ban," one mocked-up gravestone read.
"I wonder if I sit real still if people will even notice I'm here," the imagined inner monologue mused.
The Late Show host joked on Twitter that he'd be happy to fill the role set to be vacated by John Kelly.
"Helen Mirren came out and without any warning kissed me on the lips, passionately with her hand on the back of my head, and everything has been downhill from then."
The advice was passed down to Rae from the likes of super-directors Shonda Rhimes, Ava DuVernay, Mara Brock Akil and Debbie Allen.
She'd make President Donald Trump "figure out narcissism is her least favorite sin."
"What Donald Trump wants is for us to stop calling his cruelty and fear and divisiveness wrong, but to join him in calling it right."