At a rally in Montana on Thursday, President Trump "had a few choice words about the anonymous author of the infamous op-ed," Stephen Colbert said on Monday's Late Show. "Unfortunately, he could only pronounce several of those words." But at the same rally where he had trouble with "anonymous," Trump "was upstaged by an audience member" wearing a plaid shirt and pulling some expressive faces, he said, showing the footage. "Now this is true, they kicked him out of the rally — because that kid did something you should never do at a Trump rally: He listened."
"But Trump wasn't the only president who had a rally this weekend," Colbert said. "That's right, after a year and a half of quiet, [former President Barack] Obama finally came out strong against Trump and dropped a sick burn on the Grand Old Party." He played that, plus a highlight reel of Obama's many "dramatic pauses." Watch below. Peter Weber