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Jon Stewart returned Late Show The place to exchange host and friends, Stephen Colbert.
Sitting behind the desk, Stewart asked the question. "Who do you think?" Stewart asked first, to whom Colbert replied "as little as Jon Stewart."
Stewart praised the first Day show It protects it, saying: "Every night you come here taking toxins and throwing rainbow-colored backs and shed you."
Dueto Stewart recalled the last time he interviewed Colbert Day show When Colbert canceled the guest of Al Sharpton. "I answered all Sharpton questions," recalled Colbert.
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"Leave a question about Trunkin, the president's office, or the highest president," Stewart asked.
"I think it's a great president. There's nothing bigger or bigger than anything else?" Colbert replied.
"I got a joke from the show that came after me years ago. This superb conservative idol hosted this," Stewart replied, citing Colbert's Comedy Central's work. Colbert Report
Donald Trump, of course, spoke of the first time he met Chris Colbert during the backstage of Jimmy Fallon's show. "He was not completely captivating," Colbert said, to answer Stewart: "Is that a gear?"
Stewart then asked Colberti when it was difficult Late Show Playing a character over the years Day show and Colbert Report. "That was a challenge, he really told me that," he said. "You do not have a character or mask".
He won confidence at the same time Late ShowHe said: "For conversations, I got a bit faster, though not entirely when Joe Biden was there … When he left, I said:" The young man gave me my show. "
He recalled Colbert's conversation with Stewart, who spoke as a representative of David Letterman Late Show. "So, after 60 years at the end of the show … you have not replaced the main thing that was part of them," said comments by Colbert Stewart.
"Well, my defense, I'm a little dick," Stewart replied.
Duo later recalled the relationship with Letterman, and reminded Colbert of his alias, "Cable Twins."
Later in that program, Colbert Neil Degrasse Tyson, Kerry Washington, Jake Tapper and Charlamagne Tha God were interviewed.