Colbert talked about politics and specifically about Donald Trump and his race for the presidency and noted that Trump knows who the real audience is: the people.
"The party elders would like him to go away, but the people have decided that he’s not going to," said Colbert.
Colbert added that while he may disagree with what Trump says, there is something hopeful that there are voters that want him and "the people in the machine don’t get to say otherwise."
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