"Welcome to The Late Show, and welcome to a whole new world," Stephen Colbert said at the beginning of Wednesday's show. "Because it turns out that hilarious 'Donald Trump is running for president' thing — he meant it." When Trump announced, a few months before Colbert's Late Show launched, they rushed out some videos so they could mock Trump while it lasted, he explained.
Now that Donald Trump has the Republican presidential field to himself, he spent Wednesday beginning to discuss his vice presidential pick. On Wednesday's Jimmy Kimmel Live, Kimmel had a preview of the presumptive Republican nominee's process. "The way he's planning to find and choose the running mate, I think, is going to be a lot of fun," Kimmel said.
As the 2016 primaries come to an end, so too will Stephen Colbert's joyfully snarky "Hungry for Power Games." On Wednesday's Late Show, he dispatched with the rest of the Republican field, dressed in his Caesar Flickerman persona. "In the past few months, friends, we have lost so many brave tributes, and today, we lost what many are calling more of them," he said, beginning with Wednesday's dropout.
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