Stephen Colbert Proposes Amish Version of Facebook to Remedy Privacy Concerns

Stephen Colbert Proposes Amish Version of Facebook to Remedy Privacy Concerns

On The Late Show on Thursday night, Stephen Colbert shocked his audience when he said, "I mean this sincerely, I agree with Donald Trump about something". Colbert exclaimed in reaction to the incorrect headline.

Furthermore, Colbert gave some helpful tips on CNN and laid out the factors why it should not have missed the error. Featuring bandleader Jon Batiste and his band Stay Human, the show is broadcast from the historic and newly renovated Ed Sullivan Theater.

"Hear me out", the Late Show host said after pointing the finger at a network Trump has accused of being "Fake News".

A multi-talented and respected host, writer, producer, satirist and comedian, Colbert is well-known for his previous late night show, "The Colbert Report", which concluded on Friday, Dec. 18, 2014.

The show went on the same route, as Colbert went back to hitting Trump. At one point, he revealed that he actually had a conversation with Trump on the day he was sacked, though the president made no mention of his decision to him.

Colbert was obviously joking, as he went on to explain just how far off CNN was when they said Carvey was on Saturday Night Live.

Colbert also provided some clues to the outlet to differentiate between the two programs.

"It was a Wednesday, we tape during the daytime, and we're not live!" Earlier in the show, Colbert pointed out Trump's speech on infrastructure in OH, replaying an old clip of Trump saying he was always the "best" at building - even better than being president.

"You got three things wrong in three letters", Colbert quipped.

"Don't sell yourself short, sir: You suck at both", Colbert said.