“Every four years, around this time of the election, people start to worry about a surprise in October,” said the host near the top of his monologue. “It simply came to our notice then. In October, we feared a courtesy from a personal lawyer and Trump’s husband who had to constantly gnaw on a tree trunk to prevent his teeth from growing under his lower lip, Rudy Giuliani.
As Colbert put it, “Ghouliani” appears in Sacha Baron Cohen’s new film, which will be hosted on Night show this coming Monday night. “And it turns out we can have some things to talk about,” he said, before detailing the scene, which we can confirm culminates with the “mayor of America” falling into his pants and appearing to be touching. himself in a hotel room with the (adult) actor playing Borat’s teenage daughter in the movie.
“Jeffrey Tobin, it’s over!” the host said, referring to New Yorker author and CNN analyst who no one speaks anymore. “Don’t worry,” he added, “the teenage daughter was actually a 24-year-old actress. And you can still watch without having to look at Rudy’s clothes because the scene is quickly interrupted by Borat, who runs and says, “She’s 15 years old. She’s too big for you!” »
“It is never a wonderful sign when the moral authority in a situation comes from a man who once gave a woman a bag with his own poop,” Colbert continued. “Even before the cocktails in the bedroom, Rudy acted like a real thief,” he added, before moving on to Giuliani’s “absolutely innocent explanation” of the whole affair.
Speaking on a radio show Wednesday afternoon, Giuliani claimed he was just throwing back his shirt and insisted that nothing “inappropriate” was happening.
“Okay, I would buy it, but I watched the videos,” Colbert revealed. “Why did you go to a bedroom with a young woman’s suggestion to have a cocktail to get a microphone out?” I turn on a microphone every night. I never lay down on a king-size bed and then embarked on an exploratory mission to my own groin. “
Colbert ended up promising viewers that they would share Giuliani’s footage with them when Baron Cohen appeared on his show Monday. “Saha, no barriers,” he said. “I do not even know what that means, but it does not sound good.”
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