Stephen Colbert predicts if Trump meets with Kim Jong Un Dennis Rodman will get the Nobel Peace Prize
"Late Show" host Stephen Colbert (Photo: Screen capture)

Stephen Colbert was forced to stop the taping of his show Thursday with the announcement that President Donald Trump agreed to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

He explained to the audience he didn't have all of the facts, but that if Trump does, in fact, meet with the dictator, "Dennis Rodman will get the Nobel Peace prize."

In a previous segment, Colbert mocked the ongoing Stormy Daniels problem facing the president. Colbert announced that if Daniels wins her lawsuit alleging the non-disclosure agreement was invalid because Trump never signed it, then the adult film star will have the ability to share text messages and photos she has that Trump sent her.

"Ooooo," the audience responded to the "Late Show" host.

"Yeah, I believe the legal term for that is Oooooo," Colbert quipped. "And that's a terrifying prospect for Trump lawyer and man who's never getting that $130,000 back, Michael Cohen."

Colbert went on to talk about the restraining order that Cohen filed on behalf of Trump to shut Daniels up. He then pretended to be Cohen in court arguing on behalf of the president.

"Your honor, my client has no means of defending himself!" he said. "Other than the Army, the Navy, the Air Force and top-secret Pentagon nano-hornets. Meanwhile, the defendant here is armed with photos of an old man's schvantz."

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