Stephen Colbert breaks down latest Trump liaison over James Comey

Stephen Colbert is watchful for President Trump to change a conversation.

The “Late Show” horde pennyless down a latest allegations opposite a President, that came out Tuesday afternoon.

“There’s no removing around it: there’s a outrageous liaison out of a White House. No, not that scandal, or a one before that, or a one tomorrow. Although, technically, they’re all partial of one large liaison stroganoff,” Colbert pronounced in a video posted online.

The President reportedly asked FBI executive James Comey to bury a review into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn in February, according to a memo by Comey relayed to a New York Times.

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“That is, uh, yeah, that is unequivocally deterrent of something. we can’t put my finger on what it’s deterrent of. Oh, it’s deterrent of just…a second, I’ll consider of it,” Colbert said.

Trump also reportedly told Comey that he hopes “you can see your approach transparent to vouchsafing this go, to vouchsafing Flynn go… He is a good guy.”

“Yeah, he’s a good guy. Russia, Turkey, ask anybody. Trump told Comey regularly to ‘let it go.’ He even got Ivanka to help,” Colbert pronounced before airing a shave from “Frozen.”

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The President reportedly asked FBI Director James Comey to bury a review into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn in February.

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“We all know this since apparently Comey wrote about a review in FBI memos and allegedly ‘created identical memos…about each phone call and assembly he had with a President.’ Well, to counterfeit himself, Trump improved wish there are tapes of their conversation, or unequivocally anything he needs to change a review to something, shall we say, reduction indicting,” he said, quoting a Times.

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Colbert even had some suggestions: recover his taxation earnings or some-more tapes with Billy Bush, alluding to a Access Hollywood “grab them by a p—y” recording.

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