In the video above, Colbert brings up the time Louis took to his email list to warn his fans about the dangers of a Trump presidency.
If you're thinking that you've heard this one before you're not wrong, because back in October of a year ago comedian Louis C.K. did talk about a rather memorable encounter with the Donald at a Trump casino in Atlantic City (HERE).
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"Don't you just want God to just show up and say 'I was just kidding. Doesn't it mean it's not true", the Newton-bred comic told Stephen Colbert Tuesday night.
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Then Colbert asked C.K. how his appraisal of the president has changed since that email last May.
"Right now, I guess he's not as profound as I thought he was", C.K. said.
"He's just a gross, crook, dirty, rotten, lying sack of s-", said C.K., earning strong support from the crowd.
"Then you have a liar, somebody who it's nearly like a problem, they lie a lot".
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"Someones people lie", Louis went on.
"Like there's liars. Sometimes people lie". "Then you have a liar - nearly like a problem; they can't help it, they lie a lot". He also said that even though he loved former President Barack Obama, he also took a number of decisions that the country should not be proud of.
"Then you have just a lying sack of s-", he added. He goes, 'Heh heh, it wasn't even true. They just lie. They like it.
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