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President Trump suggested on Sunday that Mayor Sadiq Khan of London was being soft on terrorism, posting a tweet that mischaracterized a statement Mr. Khan made after the latest attacks there. Trevor Noah said that was like making fun of a sick friend.
Stephen Colbert returned to the air on Monday after a week away, and he was eager to revisit some of the news he’d missed out on — namely, the phenomenon that was “covfefe.” Mr. Colbert zeroed in on the tweet Mr. Trump sent after finally deleting his baffling original message:
“It’s a great follow-up to everything he does that makes no sense,” Mr. Colbert said. He offered some possible variations:
Megyn Kelly, the former Fox News host, opened her new NBC show over the weekend, “Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly.” But the “Daily Show” correspondent Michelle Wolf wouldn’t let viewers forget which cable network Ms. Kelly came from, or how “The Daily Show” has always felt about it.
The “Late Late Show” will film three shows in London starting on Tuesday. Here’s how the team got there.
Aquaman thinks Mr. Trump’s decision to leave the Paris climate accord means he’ll finally get some respect.
Hasan Minhaj, one of Trevor Noah’s trustiest correspondents on “The Daily Show,” will speak to Stephen Colbert, who got his start in late night by sidekicking for Jon Stewart in the same role. Mr. Minhaj will most likely be talking about his new standup special on Netflix, “Homecoming King.”
Here’s how Ariana Grande and her team pulled together the “One Love Manchester” charity show in just 10 days.