Late-night TV hosts team up for comic response to Trump comments

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Late-night hosts Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and Conan O'Brien teamed up for a joint monologue on Tuesday after President Donald Trump called them out at a rally this week.

Colbert and Fallon fired back at Trump, with the help of O'Brien, in a short sketch that aired on both CBS' The Late Show and NBC's The Tonight Show.

Donald Trump recently went after late-night hosts at a rally in SC, calling out Fallon, Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel specifically, while making generalizations about all of the current last night lineup.

Trump didn't take very kindly to Fallon's latest interview and tweeted on Saturday, telling the show's host to "be a man".

"Hey, lowlife", Fallon greeted Colbert in a video chat during the Tuesday, June 26, episodes of their shows.

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Colbert says that describes TBS host Conan O'Brien, who appears while shaving and says he didn't realize Trump had become president. "I heard he said we were all no talent, low-life, lost souls". Colbert responds by calling him "lost soul". At the end of the sketch, Fallon and Colbert agree to grab food at the Red Hen, the restuarant that refused to serve White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

It started with a podcast in which Fallon, the host of The Tonight Show, admitted in a podcast that he "made a mistake" in the September 2016 show, in which he had the then-Republican presidential candidate as a guest. They're not talented people. "This guy on CBS has no talent", Trump said, referring to Colbert.

"I was just a guy".

"So Melania, if you're watching I don't think your anti-bullying campaign is working", he said to laughs.

The skit opened with Colbert siting in his office searching for one last Trump joke ahead of his show.

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