Stephen Colbert to go live again after Trump's State of the Union

Friday, 12 Jan, 2018

On Tuesday morning at the White House, Donald Trump held a bipartisan meeting with members of Congress [VIDEO] to discuss a path forward on #Immigration reform.

Live broadcasts following major political events, such as the conventions and presidential debates of 2016, have played a major part in the ratings turnaround of "The Late Show", which has ruled as the most-watched show in late night for a year.

Amid the veritable downpour of news on Tuesday, President Donald Trump's televised bipartisan immigration meeting made few waves - but provided excellent fodder for The Late Show's Stephen Colbert.

Alabama's victory over Georgia in the College Football Playoff national championship game last night was quite an exciting spectacle, but the Crimson Tide nearly lost the spotlight to one special guest: President Trump.

A multi-talented and respected host, writer, producer, satirist and comedian, Colbert is well-known for his previous late night show, "The Colbert Report", which concluded on Friday, Dec. 18, 2014. In conclusion, Colbert joked, "You know what they say: if you love someone, kick them out of the country.If they come back to you, build a wall so they can't get in".