"Well, that's not right", Colbert responded.
"I'm busy having 'no talent, '" Colbert joked, quoting Trump, though the two claimed in the skit they hadn't watched the rally.
During his speech, the President described Colbert as a "lowlife", Fallon as a "lost soul" and Jimmy Kimmel, host of ABC's late night show, as "terrible". "That's Conan." He then dials up O'Brien, who apparently hasn't heard that Trump is in the Oval Office. "If we're not careful, this could start to get ugly", O'Brien said, clearly missing another element of the cultural moment.
Mocking recent remarks made by White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, O'Brien urges them to be civil.
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Once Fallon and Colbert fill in Conan, who appears to be shaving, on their discussion, he responds: "President who?" After the audience went insane over their exchange, Fallon asked Stephen what he was up to, and Stephen answered, "I'm busy having no talent". "Did you see Trump's rally last night?"
Fallon had received criticism for his interview in which, apart from imitating Trump, he tousled the Republican candidate's hair and asked few inconvenient questions. You can cut me open and count the rings of BBQ. The two comedians also sarcastically claimed they didn't watch Trump's SC rally, but heard he said some pretty mean stuff about them.
"Hey stop stealing your ideas from the sign on Melania's door", Colbert quipped. "He went after Jimmy Fallon, he went after Jimmy Kimmel, and then he went after someone else on TV you know and love". Colbert asked, folding his ear in on itself and staring confidently into the camera.
In the sketch, Colbert is writing his monologue, only to be interrupted by a video call from Fallon. Instead, he commented on Trump saying people should "toot their own horns".