Given the delight that Stephen Colbert has indulged his torment of Donald Trump over the years—for instance, in 2012 offering to dip his balls into Trump's mouth for $1 million—fans' hopes may have been high for a lacerating first on-screen encounter between the host and the leading Republican presidential candidate on Tuesday night's Late Show.
A brilliant Trump-related sketch was one of the highlights of Colbert's first Late Show on September 8, when the host hurriedly stuffed his mouth full of Oreos, after Trump had sworn off them because Nabisco, makers of Oreo, is moving some of its operations to Mexico.
02:34 Trump says blacks who stayed home were ‘almost as good’ as those who voted for him13
22:52 Mr. Trump shouldn’t gamble on climate change10
22:36 Trump surveys rallygoers on whether Time magazine’s ‘Person of the Year’ is too PC12
16:28 'Modern Family' Might 'Have One More Season,' Eric Stonestreet Says12