Late night TV hosts unite to counter Trump punches

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"Hey, lowlife", Fallon greeted Colbert in a video chat during the Tuesday, June 26, episodes of their shows. Stephen then replied with "Hey lost soul, be a man", which is in reference to Trump's other diss following Jimmy's hair comment.

Take a look at the clip below.

He pens a quick joke about Trump before a video call from Fallon comes in.

Trump has always been fodder for late night TV content, but the last straw for the president appeared to be Fallon's comments in a recent podcast interview with Hollywood Reporter. Fallon said in his opening monologue.

"Well, that's not right", Stephen said. Both Fallon and Colbert used the bit as their cold opens on Tuesday. He then called Fallon "a lost soul", while he wouldn't even refer to Colbert by name.

O'Brien: "If we're not careful, this thing could start to get ugly". "Hey, lost soul", Colbert responds.

"Hmmm. Got it! It's surprising Trump is orange, because if you ask me, he is bananas. He's president? How's he doing?"

Before Colbert and Fallon sign off, they agree to meet for lunch... at the Red Hen restaurant, of course. Colbert then called O'Brien.

Colbert also talked about Trump's speech in SC and his tirade against late-night hosts. He went after Jimmy Kimmel.

The video ends with Colbert rebranding his show as The Late Show with the Guy on CBS, a amusing ending to a very amusing video that makes us want to see more late-night team-ups down the line.

No late night wars in 2018, everyone's getting along.

"Oh, he was talking about me", Colbert added. "Have you seen this?" Fallon was criticized by liberals for playfully ruffling Trump's hair, a moment he publicly said he regretted, causing Trump to tweet the insult "be a man", to the late show host.

"The last time someone else tooted Trump's horn it cost him $130,000", Fallon said. Instead, he commented on Trump saying people should "toot their own horns".

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