Stephen Colbert on Monday lambasted Trump for the ongoing "humanitarian crisis" in his administration's practice of separating immigrant children from their parents at the southern US border.
"There's still no announcement of what they're going to do to put these stolen kids back with their parents, and no indication that they could successfully do so," Colbert said.
Stephen Colbert on Monday criticized the Trump administration's approach to ending the controversial practice of separating immigrant children from their parents in holding facilities.
"I get up every day, and I live in hope that will be the day that I will be surprised by the news," Colbert began his monologue. "But mostly I'm just shocked by how unsurprising everything is."
The "Late Show" host said the latest "wholly predictable" news came from the Trump administration's inaction in the "humanitarian crisis" at the southern US border.
"First of all, there's still no announcement of what they're going to do to put these stolen kids back with their parents, and no indication that they could successfully do so," Colbert said.
Colbert then cut to a Mercury News report describing how the DNA testing company 23andme is donating DNA kits to help reunite migrant families separated at the border.
"Good for them, but while they're at it, can they test Donald Trump's DNA too?" Colbert asked. "I want to find out what species can survive that long without a heart. Because the President is not freeing the children."
"I want to repeat that: The President is not freeing the children," he added. "For those of you who just emerged from a coma, you're going to want to slip back in."
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— A Late Show (@colbertlateshow) June 26, 2018