WATCH: Stephen Colbert flawlessly impersonates Trump fumbling for water during trade policy speech
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

The mockery of President Donald Trump's speech on his Asia tour continued on late night TV Wednesday as "The Late Show" host Stephen Colbert impersonated the commander-in-chief attempting to consume water.

Colbert showed video of Trump awkwardly interacting with a bottle of Fiji water during a speech on international trade policy.

"Wow, that is hard to watch," Colbert noted. "You know, after watching that, I need a drink."

Colbert stumbled out of frame for a bottle of water, returning to give his impersonation of the president.

Colbert then apologized to his audience.

"All right, that's not fair," Colbert confessed. "Everybody gets dry mouth, I can't stand here on national television and make fun of a politician for drinking water."

"That is childish, and Trump already did it way better with Rubio," Colbert noted with a jealous laugh.

The comedian then showed Trump impersonating "total choke artist," Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL).

Watch Colbert's impersonation of Trump and Trump's impersonation of Rubio: