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‘Satan’s trophy-wife’: Colbert mocks Kellyanne Conway’s ‘fun with words’ bit with version 2.0

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To comedians like Stephen Colbert, moments like Kellyanne Conway’s instantly meme-able “visual aid” demonstration on Fox News are pure gold.

During his cold open, Colbert mocked Conway’s use of two sheets of paper with large, uppercase words on them to great effect.

“Trump’s not the only one defending his son,” Colbert said. “Last night, senior White House advisor and Satan’s trophy-wife Kellyanne Conway appeared on Fox News and use a little visual aide to drive home her point.”

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After cutting to Conway’s vocabulary lesson on Fox News, he decided to give it a shot himself.

“Fun! I wanna try,” Colbert said.

“Trump, Jr. tried to ‘articulate,'” he began, holding up a piece of paper with “articulate” in all-caps. “But that turned out to ‘incriminate.'”

“It’s something even an idiot would ‘anticipate,” he said, holding up another sheet of paper. “And now he’s gonna be an ‘inmate.'”

Watch Colbert’s “fun with words” 2.0 below, via The Late Show.

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#PresidentPelosi Trends After Sondland Testimony Implicates Pence in Trump Ukraine Scheme

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The hashtag #PresidentPelosi was trending Wednesday as Ambassador Gordon Sondland testified to the House Intelligence Committee in the impeachment hearings on President Donald Trump's Ukrainian schemes for assistance in the 2020 election and implicated Vice President Mike Pence in the effort.

If Trump and Pence are both removed from office over their involvement in the plot, the next in line for the presidency is House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.).

"I'm fine with Pelosi serving as interim president until we hold an election," tweeted activist Bree Newsom. "Both Trump and Pence are implicated in this conspiracy to extort Ukraine."

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Trump claims not to ‘know’ Gordon Sondland very well — but the evidence suggests otherwise

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President Donald Trump attempted to distance himself Wednesday from his hand-selected European Union Ambassador Gordon Sondland. At the same time, Trump claimed that Sondland’s stunning testimony, which alleged that the president had ordered a “quid pro quo” with Ukraine, in fact, vindicated him.

“Was there a ‘quid pro quo’?” Sondland said in his testimony to the House Intelligence Committee Wednesday. "The answer is ‘yes.’”

Sondland further claimed that “everyone was in the loop” and all actions were “directed” by the president.

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The latest GOP defense of Trump crumbles in impeachment hearing

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It was a day of blockbuster day of testimony from E.U. Ambassador Gordon Sondland, in which Sondland — who once gave Donald Trump a million dollars for his inauguration — decided to save his own hide by ratting out not just Trump and his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, but seemingly half the senior staff of the White House.

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