Like nearly everyone else, “The Late Show” host Stephen Colbert has been reading Michael Wolff’s explosive tell-all book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House — and he’s here to summarize it for his viewers.
“The book is just packed with nuggets of ‘oh my god,'” Colbert said. “If you haven’t read it yet, here are the Cliff Notes: Trump dumb, staff worried.”
Naturally, he brought up one of the most talked-about anecdotes: when former campaign aide Sam Nunberg tried to explain the Constitution to then-candidate Trump — whose “eyes [were] rolling back in his head.”
“Boooooring,” the host said in his best Trump impression. “Boring! Get to the part with the rapping and the music, OK? I can’t believe this thing won a Tony, where’s Pumbaa? You know, Thomas Jefferson himself said, ‘Hakuna Matata.'”
Wolff’s book, Colbert continued, has led many to wonder whether the president is “mentally stable enough” for the job.
“Spoiler alert: he’s not,” he said.
— The Late Show (@colbertlateshow) January 9, 2018