Kimmel, Colbert reply to Trump’s impending North Korea assembly

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After U.S. President Donald Trump referred to Kim Jong-un “Rocket Man” and the North Korean chief name Trump a “dotard,” who would have thought they’d find yourself assembly? Not Stephen Colbert or Jimmy Kimmel. The 2 responded to the information of the impending talks because it broke simply earlier than their late-night present tapings.

“We don’t know all the details yet, but because North Korea is an economically-starved country, the invitation is BYO-everything,” Colbert joked. “Nobody knows where this will end up, this is all so fresh.”

“The North Korean leader extended an olive branch to Donald Trump, which is a big deal because olive branches are really the only thing they have to eat there,” Kimmel cracked.

As reported by the Related Press, Kim Jong-un prolonged an invite to fulfill Trump by South Korean officers. The nation’s nationwide safety director, Chung Eui-yong, stated, “President Trump appreciated the briefing and said he would meet Kim Jong Un by May to achieve permanent denuclearization.”

If something, “We’ll finally figure out who has a bigger button,” Colbert stated.

“Trump gave us a hint of his vision for the end of 70 years of hostility on the Korean peninsula when he told a reporter, ‘Hopefully, you will give me credit,’” the Late Present host added. “I will happily give you credit.” The late-night persona then fell into giggles as he flubbed the road, since he hadn’t had sufficient time to organize the joke. “How about bringing peace to your own country first?” he lastly stated.

Kimmel was extra centered on how this assembly will carry collectively “the two worst haircuts in the world.” Although, he believes a gathering in Could is a little bit unrealistic.

“He’s not still gonna be president by May,” Kimmel exclaimed.

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