Colbert burns Trump over his pathetic popularity ratings with a brutal comparison
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On Friday, comedian Stephen Colbert mocked President Donald Trump's sinking popularity rating. He first joked that it has been a "horrible week" for the president.

"The Democrats in Congress have demanded his tax returns, his financial records, and the full Mueller report," Colbert said. "To embarrass him next they are going to ask him what his children's birthday's are."

He then went on to explain Trump's low E-Score rating. An "E-Score measures awareness and appeal of individuals in the public eye," according to The New York Times.

"It's all got to sting for him because Donald Trump is obsessed with being liked. That's why so many people can't stand him," Colbert joked.

"Donald Trump does not do well in these E-Ratings," Colbert said.

Colbert explained that Trump had a strong negative appeal of 39 percent compared to positive of appeal of only 13 percent.

"Yeah that's not good, the last celebrity to do that bad on E- Score was syphilis," Colbert said. "And the two character most associated with Trump were aggressive and mean."

"That's only two of the reject seven dwarfs," he said.

Colbert joked that Trump was also, "dopey, grumpy, sleepy and prefers people who are Snow White."

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