On Monday night's The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, President Barack Obama is making a surprise appearance and discussing a very important issue: snacks.
Colbert recently finalized plans for a live Election Night special on Showtime that will allow "The Late Show" host to let loose on the 2016 presidential race in an advertising-free environment.
Showtime provided this helpful preview: "By bringing his unique comedic perspective to the anything-goes nature of premium cable, Colbert will be able to do things he's never been able to do in this campaign, such as directly quote a candidate without being bleeped".
The 52-year-old talk show host will be reacting in real time as state results come in.
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You can turn to Stephen Colbert, who will present a live special at 11 p.m. ET Election Night on - get this - Showtime. Also, at a certain point we may just need to laugh at all of this. Be sure to share some of your thoughts now in the comments!
The short clip on "The Late Show" YouTube channel shows Colbert posing as a man named Randy with a fake mustache and telling the President that he can not endorse a candidate because he is on a network television show.
The hour-long special will be filmed from the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City, home of Colbert's regular gig, "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert".
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