Stephen Colbert apologized to Trump for making fun of him, then made fun of him.

Stephen Colbert apologized to Trump for making fun of him, then made fun of him.
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Donald Trump went on The Late Show last night to say crazy stuff and stress everyone out about the future of America. And for some reason, Stephen Colbert apologized to him. He offered:

I also want to apologize to you 'cause I've said a few things about you over the years that are, you know, in polite company perhaps are unforgivable. 

He then asked Trump, "Is there anybody you'd like to apologize to right now yourself?" Trump, of course, replied, "No." He went on to say more things that he should feel free to apologize for, like suggesting we build a 1,000-mile-long wall with a "beautiful big fat door" in it to keep out immigrants. 

They also played a new game called "Trump Or Colbert." Colbert explained the rules by saying to Trump, "For years I played an over the top, like, conservative, you know, character. Not as long as you did, but for many years." Thankfully, he didn't apologize for that. Then Trump had to guess if a series of quotes were said by him or Colbert (or a special surprise option at the end).

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If you watch the videos attentively, you might even notice a reference to Pizza Rat.

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