Stephen Colbert Mocks Donald Trump's Immigration Policy Using Anthony Weiner Jokes in "Werd" Segment
He also made fun of Sarah Palin's comments about her head injury and Hillary Clinton.
On Tuesday's The Late Show, Stephen Colbert tackled Donald Trump's "double vision" when it comes to his immigration policies.
Colbert revived his Colbert Report-esque "Werd" segment on Trump, mocking the Republican presidential candidate's flip flopping.
He said, "Whatever you believe, Trump agrees with you. I don't know why he's not getting 100% of the vote" as "Russian hackers will try their best" flashed on the screen.
As Colbert made fun of Trump he included more than one "softening and hardening" joke and peppered in multiple references to Anthony Weiner.
Colbert's monologue focused on Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's different styles for preparing for their upcoming debates before he set his sights on Sarah Palin.
Palin fell and hit her head recently and posted pictures of her bloody injury on Facebook, alongside a long post sarcastically thanking Clinton for not talking to the media and making it sexist for anyone to ask about health issues.
"She somehow turned her own head injury into an attack on Hillary Clinton," said Colbert. He read part of Palin's statement about her injury and Clinton out loud, emphasizing how nonsensical it was.
"Glad for Hillary's protective media's precedence," Palin's statement said. "The next woman running for POTUS has no need to answer to much of anything, for we've got weddings to plan, and Down Dogs to do, and cookies in the oven! So just leave us alone, boys."
"Now, I would chalk that up to head trauma if it didn't sound like everything else she says," said Colbert. "I'd like to wish Sarah Palin a speedy recovery and I'd like to do it in a language she'll understand."
He then hit himself with a fake boulder and sent well-wishes to Palin in a completely illogical way.
Palin's full statement is here: