Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, Conan O'Brien unite for Trump response

In response, the video shared Tuesday altered the opening credits of Colbert's show, changing the title to "The Late Show with the guy on CBS". "That's Conan." Then he brought Conan onto the call.

Trump, who'd already tweeted to Fallon to "Be a man" for an interview in which he said he regretted normalizing Trump with the infamous hair-messing appearance, called them whimpering lowlifes, lost souls, etc.

"Hey, Lost Soul", Colbert said, adopting Trump's name for Fallon.

'I'm busy having no talent, ' Colbert responds. Colbert asks, and they joke about how they definitely didn't watch Trump's rally, where he apparently said some bad stuff about them. "It's pretty much the only thing I have in common with National Football League players", Fallon said, referencing Trump's attacks on the National Football League and its players last season.

"Well, that's not right", Colbert replies.

In an unusual turn of events, Jimmy Fallon aired a lot of thoughts about US President Donald Trump during the most recent episode of his program, The Tonight Show. "If we're not careful this thing could start to get ugly".

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The Avengers-esque collaboration was captured in a joint cold open that will kick off both The Late Show and The Tonight Show this evening (an apparent late-night first).

'Honestly are these people amusing? And I can laugh at myself. "I dont have his number, I dont want his number", Fallon said.

'But there's no talent. "They're not, like, talented people".

During a rally for South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster, Trump railed against all three comedians, calling Colbert a "low life" and Kimmel "terrible". Fallon received enormous backlash for the lighthearted conversation and playfully mussing Trumps hair, and recently said on a Hollywood Reporter podcast that it was "a mistake" and he wished he would have handled the situation differently. "I agreed to do his show, and because I guess I was running at the time, he got tremendous ratings on that show", Trump said, according to Variety. Do not run for office, because the gig would be up!'

"It's The Late Show with The Guy on CBS!".

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