On The Late Show, Stephen Colbert had a little fun with flashcards, when he mocked Kellyanne Conway’s recent appearance on Fox’s Hannity.
Conway had gone on Hannity to discuss Donald Trump Jr.’s ongoing saga regarding his possible collusion with Russia. She ended up holding up two flashcards, one that read “Conclusion” and “Collusion” and another that read “Illusion” and “Delusion.”
“Conclusion? Collusion. No. Illusion, delusion, yes. I just thought we’d have some fun with words,” Conway said.
Conway’s use of flashcards and rhyming to discuss a serious topic ended up backfiring for her, big time, when she was instantly memed all over the Internet, and it didn’t take long for Colbert to get in on the action. Not surprisingly, he had a little bit of a different take on the Trump Jr. situation than Conway did.
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