On Tuesday night's episode of The Late Show, the CBS late night talk show had stand-up comedian Louis C.K. on the set to promote his new special on Netflix.
NBC's "Tonight Show" won the key demographic of viewers ages 18 to 49, but Colbert is closing that gap, too. "Wasn't even true. Then I said 'they were liars, '" C.K. explained. "That's just how I feel", CK said to cheers.
I find it peculiar that he's now made 2 appearances in a row on late shows.
"Now, I guess he's not as profound as I thought he was", he told Colbert.
Last year, C.K. wrote a letter to his fans, asking them to reconsider their decision if they were going to vote for Trump.
One of the world's most popular comics started off by expressing his regret at comments he had made about Trump a year ago, but then proceeded to say far, far worse.
"He's just a gross, crook, dirty, rotten, lying (expletive)". "Then there's somebody who lies once in a while and can't quite stay inside the boundaries of truth". "I thought [Trump] was some new kind of evil, but he's just a lying sack of s***". "And then I said they were liars, '" the comedian said.
The letter landed him on the cover of the New York Daily News alongside Trump, which C.K. said was not his intention. He said he think Donald Trump takes pleasure in saying things that aren't true. He goes, 'Heh heh, it wasn't even true.