Then, Colbert singled out one seemingly random fan as a Trump voter, causing C.K.to respond, "He lied to him". Then you have just a lying sack of s--. And by that, I mean that we are being Germany in the '30s.
"He's just a gross, crook, dirty, rotten, lying (expletive)".
Tell us what you think! "Hitler was just some hilarious and refreshing dude with a weird comb-over who would say anything at all".
Asked how he feels a year later, now that Trump is president, C.K. said: "I guess he's not as profound as I thought he was". The Emmy victor broke down the food chain of liars, beginning with someone who got caught in a lie and ending up at the president. "And then I said they were liars, '" the comedian said. "He just goes, 'Heh heh, that wasn't even true, wasn't even true.' Then I said 'they were liars'".
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After Colbert singled out a Trump supporter in the audience, C.K. merely described him as a victim of his lying. He goes, 'Heh heh, it wasn't even true.
Since then he has remained relatively quiet on the matter, but during an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert he couldn't hold his tongue.
"I don't take it back, I regret it". In the eyes of Louis C.K., Donald Trump will still be "a lying sack of s-".
"Don't you just want God to just show up and say 'I was just kidding".