Goodnight, everyone! Awwweeeee, cheer up, @StephenAtHome, both of you! #LSSCpic.twitter.com/PZWBrRYJ77— The Late Show (@colbertlateshow) December 14, 2016
"Good grief," the Peanuts-ified Stephen Colbert said in the Charlie Brown Christmas parody. "Christmas is coming and Donald Trump's going to be president." As that weakling known as Santa Claus strolled up to comfort Colbert, he made an impassioned but arguably misguided plea for unity. "Oh Stephen," Santa said. "It can't be that bad. I mean, the country is divided, but in the end we're all Americans!"
Colbert, understandably hoping to chop it up about the fate of the nation with a seemingly like-minded dude, then asked if Mr. Kringle rocked the vote this year. Sadly, this fraud who clearly sits on a throne of lies decided to confirm he had betrayed his own brand of generosity and kindness with a vote for the candidate with the Apprentice connection.
"It was the only thing Donald wanted for Christmas," Santa claimed.Read more at Complex