Video: Stephen Colbert Muses on Donald Trump's Russian Code Name—Golden Agent Dumbass

The Late Show host Stephen Colbert joked about President Donald Trump's Russian code name during his CBS show on Monday night.

According to The Washington Post, there are no detailed records at all of Trump's five meetings with Putin because the president did not want there to be any.

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It was reported that Trump even instructed his own interpreter to stay silent, even when asked for information by officials in the president's own administration.

As a consequence, those officials have had to piece together what may have been said based on reaction from the Kremlin, sourced from reports by U.S. intelligence agencies.

Imagining the officials doing this, Colbert said: "OK guys, we got the Kremlin notes right here. Now, we just have to figure out who this 'Golden Agent Dumbass' is and what 'Operation Easiest Thing We've Ever Done' is."

Colbert continued: "Our commander-in-chief met five times with the dictator of a hostile foreign government that he is suspected of being an agent for. No one knows what they said.

"That is chilling. And heartbreaking. And it puts me in an inescapable emotional tailspin," the host said, before the show cut to a video of a flawless gymnastics floor routine by UCLA student Katelyn Ohashi currently going viral on social media.

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In an interview with Fox News host Jeanine Pirro, Trump denied covering anything up about his meetings with Putin. "I'm not keeping anything under wraps. I couldn't care less. It's so ridiculous. These people make it up," Trump said.

Following the Post 's report on the Trump-Putin meetings, House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Eliot Engel, a New York Democrat, said he would try to obtain any notes from them that may exist.

"No decision has been made on subpoenas or anything else, we are not going to do this cavalierly," Engel told CNN. "We are going to put our heads together and get at the truth, and we are going to work together…but what we are not going to do is sit back and do nothing. We are going to try to get to the bottom of this."

Carl Bernstein, one of the investigative journalists who exposed the Watergate scandal, said he has been told that special counsel Robert Mueller's draft report explores how Trump "helped Putin destabilize the United States and interfere in the election, no matter whether it was purposeful or not."

Mueller is investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election, including suspicions that the Trump campaign colluded with agents of the Kremlin.

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"The Late Show" host Stephen Colbert said President Donald Trump's code name in Russia is "Golden Agent Dumbass." The Late Show/CBS