Fortunately, this will end up benefiting wounded vets. Plus, we get more proof Colbert will still be funny.
Jeb Bush, former Governor of Florida and current person who is wondering how the hell they were wiped off the map by Hairricane Trump, will be appearing on the first episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on September 8th alongside person who is doing quite well thanks, George Clooney. Jeb, or "Jeb!" as his campaign logo would like us to address him, decided that it would be a good idea to hold a fundraiser for one of their reserved tickets. It's not a ghastly idea, but it's fair to say they should have asked the show if it was ok to raise political money off it (on the first day no less). Colbert did form a SuperPAC, but The Late Show is not part of the political process. Stephen took some offense to this, and has responded with his own raffle (benefiting the Yellow Ribbon Fund) for one lucky person to attend and ask Gov. Bush one "non-obscene" question. In the end, it's hard to be too mad about a feud that helps wounded vets and gives everyone looking forward to Colbert's debut something to be excited about.