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     i want to thank your police chief. he is amazing. i don't know if he's here, but boy, he has done some job working with all of the folks from law enforcement. and you heard last night, we're going to be protecting law enforcement. they are doing some job. so we're going to be protecting them. i want to thank eddie dick. where is eddie? is eddie here? i want to thank kevin schroder,
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     i don't know if he's here, but boy, he has done some job working with all of the folks from law enforcement. and you heard last night, we're going to be protecting law enforcement.
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     housed some of the most notorious gangsters in history. >>> good evening. i'm cecilia vega, reporting in from washington on this historic weekend. president donald trump's first full day in office, met by one of the largest inauguration-related demonstrations in u.s. history. a sea of protesters, mostly women, marching on washington today. organizers and other officials claiming big turnout. and not just here in the nation's capital. millions marched in cities around the country, from los angeles to st. louis, chicago to boston. and take a look at the map. those protests dotting the nation. an estimated 670 events taking place worldwide. this woman right here echoing today's themes of solidarity and defiance. her sign, "tweet women with respect." abc's matt gutman has been following the movement all day, and he starts us off. >> reporter: tonight, that boisterous condemnation of president donald trump, filling
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     >>> nbc10 news starts now. >>> nbc10 news starts now. >> president trump. ♪ >> sending a message in the first dance with the new first lady. >> we want to see great things happen for our country. we want to make america great again. and we will. >> inaugural ball spreading into the night. >> and now the work begins. >> good evening. >> i'm jim rosenfield live in washington, dc where trump is now the nation's 45th president and the parties still going on in the nation's capital at this hour. a live look at one of the three inaugural balls that president trump and first lady melania trump attend tonight. this one, just waiting for them to officially greet the crowd. >> about 90 minutes ago, we saw the trumps carry on an american tradition. first dance as president and first lady. ♪ i did it my way >> the president and first lady danced to frank sinatra's "my way." he spoke about it on the campaign trail and inaugural ball capped off an historic day in washington. here's what the commander in chief had to say on stage. >> today, we had a great day. you're going to see things happening over the next few weeks, oh, you're going to be so happy. i want to thank all of our
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     russia can help us fight isis, which by the way is number one, tricky. i mean, if you look, this administration created isis by leaving at the wrong time. the void was created. isis was formed. if putin likes donald trump, guess what, folks, that's called an asset, not a liability. now, i don't know that i'm going to get along with vladimir putin. i hope i do. but there's a good chance i won't. and if i don't, do you honestly believe that hillary would be tougher on putin than me? does anyone in this room really believe that? give me a break. >> reporter: we're unclear whether during the visits in moscow or st. petersburg you engaged in conduct you now regret and would a reasonable observer say you are potentially vulnerable to blackmail by russia or its intelligence agencies? >> when i leave our country, i'm a very high profile person, would you say? i am extremely careful. i'm surrounded by bodyguards. i'm surrounded by people. and i always tell them anywhere, but i always tell them, if i'm leaving this country, be very careful, because in your hotel rooms and no matter where you go, you're going to probably have cameras. i'm not referring just to russia. but i would certainly put them in that category. and number one, i hope you're going to good anyway, but in those rooms you have cameras in the strangest places, cameras that are so small, with modern technology, you can't see them and you won't know. you better be careful or you'll be watching yourself on nightly television. i tell this to people all the time. i was in russia years ago with the miss universe contest which did very well, the moscow area, did very, very well. and i told many people, be
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     bing bing star shooting everybody. so the press has to be responsible. they're not being responsible because we are losing a lot of people because of the internet. we have to do something. we have to go see bill gates and a lot of different people that really understand what is happening. we have to talk to them, maybe in certain areas, closing the internet up in some way. some of you will say, "freedom of speech, freedom of speech." these are foolish people. we have a lot of polish people. we have a lot of polish people. we have got to maybe do something with the internet because they are recruiting
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     we'll keep you posted. >>> so these things aren't usually this blunt. they're usually very dry and the language is usually very elliptical. they don't usually sound like this. "the evidence in the record demonstrates that proponents of the bill were motivated at the very least in part because of and not in spite of the law's detrimental affects on the african-american and hispanic electorate. the record as a whole including the legislator's knowledge the bill would clearly impact minorities disproportionately and likely disenfranchise them shows that the bill was racially motivated." the bill was racially motivated. full stop. it's not usually that blunt. but it sort of had to be given what texas did. after the voting rights was gutting by the conservative majority on the supreme court, texas put in place a new voting restriction in that state and the legislature knew that new
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     we'll keep you posted. >>> so these things aren't usually this blunt. they're usually very dry and the language is usually very elliptical. they don't usually sound like this. "the evidence in the record demonstrates that proponents of the bill were motivated at the very least in part because of and not in spite of the law's detrimental affects on the african-american and hispanic electorate. the record as a whole including the legislator's knowledge the bill would clearly impact minorities disproportionately and likely disenfranchise them shows that the bill was racially motivated." the bill was racially motivated. full stop. it's not usually that blunt. but it sort of had to be given what texas did. after the voting rights was gutting by the conservative majority on the supreme court, texas put in place a new voting restriction in that state and the legislature knew that new
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     >> crisis en el mediooriente. >> crisis en el mediooriente. mientras en libia rebeltes armados han tomado una de las ciudades cercanas a trÍpoli, se preparan para un contraataque fllas fuerzas de muammar al gaddafi. >> no al desalojo. manifestantes que protestan en contra de ajustes por parte del gobierno estatal, rehusaron abandonar el lugar a pesar de las advertencias. >> nuevo arzobispo en los Ángeles. el cardenal se retirÓ tras 50 aÑos de sacerdocio. su sucesor, un hispano de orign mexicano. >> y los dominicanos estÁn de fiesta. hoy celebran otro aniversario de su independencia. ♪ >> este es su noticiero univisiÓn fin de semana. ♪ >> quÉ tal? muy buenas noches. en libia sigue agitÁndose con otra ciudad, isionque habrÍa ca en manos de los opositores. pero la informaciÓn no deja de ser contradictoria. ofensiva contra trÍpoli o respuesta de los militares de muammar al gaddafi? ♪ >> una parte del interÉs de los medios de comunicaciÓn estuvo situado en esta ciudad que se encuentra a unos 55 km. al ciisions las informaciones en nd
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     >> our next newscast tomorrow morning at 4:30. we'll see you bright and early of don't forget to bring your water or go to the water store. >> stephen: hey, weird al. i just wanted to stop by before the show and say, uh -- are you listening to classical music and reading poetry? >> absolutely, stephen. are you surprised? >> stephen: it's just that you're -- weird an. >> oh, i see. because my name begins with the word "weird," you presume me to be an uncouth gutter fly. >> stephen: no, you're just known for doing parodies of pop songs. >> i do also parodies of great poetry. are you familiar with robert frost stopping by snowy yods? >> stephen: he will not stop me to see his woods fill up with snow. >> listen to this, whose pizza this is, i think i know. this man is in the bathroom, though. he will not see me eating here to watch my mouth fill up with dough. >> stephen: oh, that is so moving. i'm sorry i stereotyped you. >> you're forgiven my good man. give me leave so i can be alone with my poetry. >> stephen: of course. though, al, parting is such sweet sorrow. >> don't you mean pizza party is such swede sabarro? ♪ (cheers and applause) >> announcer: tonight, stephen welcomes rose byrne! bobby flay! and weird al yankovic! (cheers and applause) featuring jon batiste and "stay human"! and now it's time for "the late show" with stephen colbert!
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     they decided they better go away. we can see that because this is an old version of their website from before they took it down and tried to disappear it from memory. and these screen shots of their old website were taken by the way back machine. by the internet archive, which is a nonprofit based in san francisco that's been around since 1996. the way back machine. it is a national treasure. it's an international treasure. we've used it hundreds, probably thousands of times in the preparation of this show. any time somebody tries to make something go away, that's the first place you look to see if you can find it, despite the efforts of the person that tried to disappear that information. it's always the first place you go. just take stuff in current news right now, i can give you a whole bunch of stories that we've got cooking right now, stuff that's going on in the current news cycle that we really only know about because of the way back machine. that's how we know, for example, that when the vice president-elect first ran for congress he ran on a platform that the government should take back all the money it was spending to combat hiv and aids and the government should instead spend that money on curing people from being gay. quote, resources should be directed towards institutions that provide assistance to those seeking to change their sexual behavior. mike pence ran for congress saying let's not try to cure aids. let's try to cure gay instead. and mike pence may not be interested in showcasing that part of his politics now that he's about to be vice president of the united states, but he should still answer for it. does he still think that? the only reason we have a record of him running on that as a political position is because the way back machine archived his website from back when he was running for congress back in the day. they screen shotted it. we can look at it today. the same way that we as a nation, incidentally, also have proof that on the very first day that he could, the new president-elect started using the resources of the federal
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     >>> have a great night! >>> have a great night! captioning sponsored by cbs >> it's "the late show with stephen colbert." tonight, stephen welcomes william h. macy colin quinn and musical guest drive-by truckers. featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now, live on tape from the ed sullivan theater in new york city, it's stephen colbert! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: wooo! hey! >> stephen: hey! welcome to" late show." i'm stephen colbert. well, ladies and gentlemen, happy friday, we made it. safe. hope you all have fun plans for the weekend. any plans? >> jon: yes, indeed, i'm going to go home and nap. >> stephen: oh, yeah. that sounds good. my plans-- i'm going to spend the whole weekend in my closet banging on the back wall to try to find the way to narnia. if that fails, i know there's a bottle of bourbon in there. >> jon: probably so, you're right. >> stephen: narnia or bust. all week, all week, pundits and politicians have been asking themselves, "how did we get here?" ( laughter ) what is the moral g.p.s. that
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     >> next newscast tomorrow >> next newscast tomorrow morning at 4:30. have a great night! >> stephen: hi there everybody, it's stephen colbert. the day after the second presidentially debate but i'm not doing the show today because it's columbus day. damn you columbus for your terrible timing and for all the other stuff he did. even though i'm at home i still want to talk to you about the debate. here we go. spectacular home edition. welcome to not the show with me not at work. we're broadcasting from my study and because we're coming to you from the internet, my cohost today will be this adorable undecided kitty. say hello mr. whisker pet. come on. put on your glasses now. so, yesterday was the second presidential debate and like all sequels it left you wondering why do they keep making these, detail bait was overshadowed by donald's hot mick video on friday. donald trump believes if you're a star you can grab women by the, um, i would never let donald trump touch you. there you go. by the way, i don't think that's what donald trump's advisors meant when they told him to reach out to women. it was a really disturbing week even, especially for parents who had to sit down and explain to their kids who billie bush was. unlike the first debate when the two candidates met there was no happened shake. in hillary clinton's defense she now knows where that hand has been. trump immediately doubled down in his most memorable moments from his first debate.
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     promise. promise. we will be here. captioning sponsored by cbs >> stephen: let's see what donald trump is saying about hillary clinton now. >> she's devil. >> stephen: i wonder if that's true. amy, you can get me the devil, please? >> hello. >> stephen: thank you! >> she's good. >> stephen: okay, donald trump says hillary clinton is you. >> i'm cool with that. >> stephen: wait, wait, you are? >> yeah, i mean, we don't agree on everything, but you have to admit her nomination is historic. i feel like i'm part of something. wait, has anyone cop pairld me to trump? >> stephen: no, not that i'm aware of. >> good, i may be prince of lies, but i pay my subcontractors. well, i need to get back to the flaming excrement you. >> stephen: mean hell? >> no, i'm going to the olympics. >> tonight, stephen welcomes will smith, logan lerman, and musical guest, tony bennett. featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now from the ed sullivan theater in new york city, it's stephen colbert! ( cheers and applause ) thank you . >> hey! hey, everybody.
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     holiday weekend. holiday weekend. be safe. we'll see you back next week. captioning sponsored by cbs >> stephen. >> stephen: liz. hey, do you want to help me paint this? it's really fun? >> do not tom sawyer me. >> i would never, please, never. >> stephen: did you watch the waff fell house -- >> did you change your hair? it looks fresh for the summer. will you hold this for a second? >> i said do not tom sawyer me. i am not tom sawyering you. i am road runnerring you. >> it's "the late show"" with stephen colbert. tonight, stephen welcomes anna gunn. john dickerson. and simone yetch. featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now, from the ed sullivan theater in new york city, it's stephen colbert! ♪ ♪ ( applause ) >> stephen: thank you, chris. hey! that looks very nice. thanks. what's going on, man? good to see you. hey! that's nice. hey. welcome to the the show, everybody. thanks so much. welcome to "the late show"." i'm stephen colbert. it's friday, everybody knows that, right? it's friday here.
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     >> stephen: hey, weird al. >> stephen: hey, weird al. i just wanted to stop by before the show and say, uh-- are you listening to classical music and reading poetry? >> absolutely, stephen. are you surprised? >> stephen: it's just that you're weird al. >> oh, i see. because my name begins with the word "weird," you presume me to be an uncouth gutter snipe. >> stephen: no, you're just known for doing parodies of pop songs. that's not exactly highbrow. >> i'll have you know that i also do parodies of great poetry. are you familiar with robert frost "stopping by woods on a snowy evening"? >> stephen: well, of course. whose woods these are, i think i know, his house is in the village, though. he will not see me stopping here to watch his woods fill up with snow. >> listen to this, whose pizza this is, i think i know. this man is in the bathroom, though. he will not see me eating here to watch my mouth fill up with dough. >> stephen: oh, that is so moving. i'm sorry i stereotyped you. >> you're forgiven my good man. now, give me leave so i can be alone with my poetry. >> stephen: of course. though, al, parting is such sweet sorrow. >> don't you mean pizza party is such sweet sbarro? ♪ ( cheers and applause ) >> announcer: tonight, stephen welcomes rose byrne, bobby flay, and weird al yankovic! ( cheers and applause ) featuring jon batiste and "stay human"! and now it's time for "the late show" with stephen colbert!
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     captioning sponsored by cbs captioning sponsored by cbs >> stephen: a beautiful night. oh, i had! i didn't see you there. in fact, i can't see much right now. after two straight weeks of live shows, i'm like a nematode, just reacting blindly to sound and color. ( laughter ) sometimes i see pokemon without my phone! gotta catch 'em all! come here! come here, you! what's more-- this is true-- i am taping this friday show after the regular live show that i did last night on thursday. that's right. i'm so tired, i can time travel! but you know what will sharpen me up? oh, the cool, refreshing taste of bud light. ( cheers and applause ) yes. bud light: the official beer of mid-week drinking. ( laughter ) ( cheers and applause ) tonight, we will be looking back at some of the highlights from my coverage of this week's democratic national convention. well, actually, you'll be looking at them. i'm going to be taking a little nappy-nap. jim >> we believe in hillary clinton. so we made something for her and for you. enjoy. this is for hillary. ♪ dum-dum dum-dum-dum-dum ♪ dum-dum dum-dum-dum-dum ♪ like a small boat on the ocean sending big waves ♪ drum-drum-bass high-hat-bass drum-drum-drum ♪ like how a single word can make a heart open ♪ i want my baby back, baby back, baby back, baby back ribs ♪ this is our fight song
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     captioning sponsored by cbs captioning sponsored by cbs ( cheers and applause ) >> larry: thank you! thank you very much! hey! thank you! thank you very much! thank you very much! thank you! welcome to the "late show." i'm your host, larry wilmore. ( laughter ) ( cheering ) how's it going, jon. good to see you. hey, did you all see the big trump speech last night? i haven't seen that many angry white people since they cancelled a coldplay concert. ( laughter ) it's true. i have not. so here's the thing -- ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: larry? good to see you. this is my show. why are you doing the monologue? >> larry: oh. i thought that whoever leaves 11:30 p.m. at comedy central just gets the "late show." ( laughter ) ( applause ) i thought that's how it worked. >> stephen: no. >> larry: so, anyway. >> stephen: larry, larry. no. >> larry: it's because i'm black, isn't it? >> stephen: a little bit. >> announcer: it's "the late show" with stephen colbert! tonight stephen welcomes larry wilmore! chris noth! and musical guest sampha, featuring jon batiste and "stay human." now at the ed sullivan theater in new york city, it's stephen colbert!
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     >> sleep well, family. >> sleep well, family. captioning sponsored by cbs ( whistling ) >> stephen: aah! there! completed! my beautiful lamp shade made of spoons. now to celebrate. with a bowl of ice cream. ( laughter ) damn it! quick. i know where there's a spoon. ( laughter ) nooo! >> it's "the late show with stephen colbert." tonight, stephen welcomes matt leblanc. eleanor holmes norton. and joy bryant. and musical guest wyclef jean. featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now live on tape from the ed sullivan theater in new york city, it's stephen colbert! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: hey! thanks, joseph. thank you very much. thank you, louis. hey, chris! action! action! hey! ( cheers and applause ) good to see you! whooo!
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     >> stephen: hey, paul. >> stephen: hey, paul. did you hear elon musk says our entire universe might just be a simulation inside some alien civilization's video game? >> think that's possible? i don't know. what do you think? (all yen music) >> announcer: tonight, stephen welcomes patrick wilson! gayle king! governor gary johnson and governor william weld. featuring jon batiste and "stay human"! and now it's time for "the late show" with stephen colbert! (cheers and applause) captioning sponsored by cbs ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> stephen: hey, what's going on! good to see ya! hey! welcome to "the late show," everybody! (cheers and applause) thank you so much! thanks, everybody! welcome to "the late show." i'm stephen colbert. i'm incredibly happy to be with you folks tonight. i'm going to start the show tonight guns blazing. specifically, j.k. simmons' guns. have you seen this photo? he's absolutely ripped.
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     >> stephen: third debate >> stephen: third debate tonight. all right, julian, time to leak some wikis. watch out, hills. wait till the world sees your amazon prime order history-- 12 6-packs of febreeze plugins? what smells are you covering up? and wiki-wick. what's this? cannot connect to internet. check network... all right. all looks good. that all seems in order. what's up? i'll just re-enter my username: putin-pal-16. and password: sexy-ghost-man. damn it. what's wrong? >> senor assange, the nation of ecuador does not support you intervening in the u.s. election. no more internet. also, you cannot just leave your laundry on the floor and expect the ambassador it to clean up after you. pick up those socks! >> stephen: no internet! fine. good thing i printed out hillary's e-mails. i'll just send them via carrier pigeon. ( laughter ) upo fly, wiki-pigeon, fly! >> it's the "the late show" with stephen colbert." tonight, stephen womans hugh laurie, paul reiser. and nate silver. featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now, live the edsullivan
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     >> stephen: hey there. >> stephen: hey there. i'm here with jon and the o'jay (cheers and applause) thanks for being here, guys! thank you so much! we were just talking about what we're going to do on our summer break which is coming up soon. >> jon: yes, indeed. >> stephen: so i was concerned when i saw that, according to the "washington post," there is no song of the summer this year. not cool, music. people need a jam for when they're cruising in their car to the malt shop to meet debbie. >> jon: yes! >> stephen: that's what i'm talking about. so we here at the late show have made the song of the summer. hit it, jon! >> jon: all right! one, two, thee! here we go! ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ summer is here now hey hey hey ♪ it's gonna be an awesome day ♪ chilling out in the sun sun sun ♪ got my whole crew we're having fun ♪ it's s-u-m then m-e-r ♪ six through eight on the calendar ♪ now for my favorite thing of all ♪ summertime means it's almost fall ♪ fall! fall! fall! ♪ fall in love with fall ♪ cool crisp air, hot apple cider ♪ comfy sweaters, roaring fires ♪ fall! fall! fall! ♪ fall in love with fall ♪ fall or autumn, they both are nice ♪ season so great, we named it twice ♪ can't wear flannel in the summer ♪ i for one think that's a bummer ♪ watching leaves turn pretty colors ♪ daylight savings gain an hour ♪ better than winter even spring ♪ better than summer so let's
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     ♪ captioning sponsored by cbs ( coughing ) ( laughter ) >> guys, what are you doing? the show's about to start. ( coughing ) >> stephen: oooh! that smells good. >> i know, especially because of how stoned i am. >> tonight, stephen welcomes seth rogan, krysten ritter, and a musical performance by wolf parade. featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now it's time for "the late show with stephen colbert!" ( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) >> stephen: hey! hey! hey! ( cheers and applause ) thanks so much. thank you very much. thank you very much. hey! thanks so much. thank you, mark. welcome to "the late show." welcome to "the late show," everybody, please! hey, chris. thanks so much, everybody. welcome to "the late show." that's awfully nice. thank you, thank you. you know what? this is what lets me work all day and party all night. ( cheers and applause )
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     pennsylvania supreme court refused to reinstate his conviction. he was the first u.s. church conflicted over handling of priest buys complaints but the high court said the trial judge allowed too much testimony in from other church victims. he serve theed all three years of a three to six be year sentence, prosecutors have not decide if they will retry lynn. switching gears to weather. kate, a crazy stretch >> it has. >> lots of storms >> a lot of heat and we're still in it. >> where do we stand. >> we're on day five. day what day five of a heat wave. looks like it's going to last seven days before it's said and done. once we get rid of the heat, were he got storms creeping back. really not a big break, i don't have one day really in upcoming several that i can say this is the day to look forward to. it's going to feel great, low him, lots of sunshine, we're going to be grappling with storms here and there through the weekend. it does look like the heat wave ends. friday looks like it's going to stay in the 80's. let's take a look outside. we'll start you off with our roof cam, in philadelphia in the national spotlight with the dnc in town, hasn't been the best weather for folks coming in from all over. but today was an improvement over yesterday. no storms in the city certainly and the humidity was a lot lower. felt like 108. at times yesterday. today, it felt like it actually was low to mid 90's outside. stormscan 3 does show a few clouds moving in. it's staying dry for now as we zoom to the south, you can see cluster of showers and thunderstorms, these are weak ending a bit and staying to the south. but there's a stall off to our south, we're going to keep an eye on that. eventually it will lift back north as a warm front late thursday into friday. that will be the focus for our first round of thunderstorms in the seven-day forecast. temperatures right now still very warm and still pretty steamy outside. it's 83 in the city right now. 82 in wilmington, 80 in atlantic city. today was the coolest day of the
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     why is he doing so well in the polls? they know he won't do it. the public knows he's not going to release returns. he's not going to release them. >> he's playing a conn. >> he's not playing a conn. >> yes, he's not telling us what he has. >> his supporters -- >> i don't think we'll see a headline in the new york times the day after this election in november that says trump lost by 1% because he wouldn't release his tax returns. anyway, thank you very much. i don't believe the reason he gave is the reason, though. it's not the audit. nice try. >> of course it is. >> you're a trooper, ann. >> ann supporters love him more for annoying the press by not releasing his taxes. >> okay. when you have your book, we'll have you on, ann.
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     captioning sponsored by cbs captioning sponsored by cbs >> once again it's time for us to select our person of the year. i think we all know who it has to be, so if someone will just come out and say it, we can move on. anybody? ( laughter ) listen, i know nobody wants to be responsible for picking him for the cover, but come on. let's be professionals here. just say his name. we'll get back to our jobs. okay i'll start you off truuu... somebody jump in here. i've been in this room for five hours. so far the only suggestion i've heard is, "can i use the bathroom?" no, you cannot use it, not till you say his name! say it! okay, the conference room is now filled with jars of urine and waste. they've passed out from the fumes. look, we're all adults. just say the name so we can go home! say it! i hope you're all happy! carl was just eaten by that dingo. i have the water jug! i am the ruler! i will show my bravery by say his name. trump! trump is the person of the year! aaarrgghhh! >> it's "the late show with stephen colbert." tonight, stephen welcomes sigourney weaver andy cohen and a performance by pilobolus. featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now, live on tape from the ed sullivan theater in new york city, it's stephen colbert!
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     have a good night, family and sleep well. captioning sponsored by cbs >> two minutes, stephen. >> stephen: thanks, mark. ( laughter ) ( popping sound ) >> tonight, stephen welcomes uzo aduba. astrophysicist neil degrasse tyson. and a musical performance by adia victoria. featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now it's time for "the late show with stephen colbert"! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: thank you, ladies and gentlemen. hey! hey, what's going on? nice to see you. hey! thank you very much. welcome. welcome to "the late show." i'm stephen colbert. we've got to get to the big story that's happening right now, might still be happening as i say this. have you guys heard about this? today in the house of
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     out today was encouraging women here in the us and around the world to get involved in politics, whether it is local or national, and to use their voice in things they fell strongly about, and today, some of those things were about female rights of production, looking after their own bodies, some of it was around climate, equality, and equity. —— reproduction. around climate, equality, and equity. -- reproduction. some of the female donald trump supporters would say this is all a bit of a waste of time. i did not hear that message at all today. it was a very supportive and positive march. there was no trouble. some of the reporting i heard from the uk this evening was misrepresentative of what we experienced today. if you were to have a conversation with donald trump, which elements of what he has already said or which elements of all is the you think if and all would you most like him to rethink about? -- he stands for. as a