Stephen Colbert mocks Trump's comments about his son playing soccer
Stephen Colbert (CBS)

Stephen Colbert ridiculed President Donald Trump's comments about his son and soccer during a special episode after the Super Bowl.

The president said that he would not encourage his 12-year-old son Barron to play football due to safety concerns, and noted that he preferred to play soccer, which Trump said he never expected to become so popular.

“Yes, we tried to keep soccer out for a long time, but it’s hard," Colbert joked. "It’s moving so rapidly. That’s how the caravan does it. They just dribble their kids up to the border, and then they bicycle kick them into El Paso, yelling, ‘Goooaaalll!’"

"That’s really why we need the wall," he added. "But it’s hard to build when you can’t use your hands.”