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Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon join forces and Conan O’Brien, too, in joint monologue about Trump

In perhaps an unprecedented move (I’m still waiting for my interns to report back to me!), the hosts of three late-night shows on three different networks joined forces for a singular response to President Donald Trump.

Because while we fight over immigration and racism and everything else, the president of the United States has decided to refocus the discussion in his Tweets and his rallies toward late-night TV hosts like Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert.

So tonight’s episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, which usually has a cold open comedy sketch, finds Colbert on his computer, chatting not only with Fallon, but also with a vacationing Conan O’Brien.

Where’s Kimmel and Bee and Oliver and Noah and everyone else, tho?

Roll the clip!

A night earlier, Fallon opened his Tonight Show, the normally happy-go-lucky found himself defending himself against the president. So here’s that, too:

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