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Stephen Colbert Defends Michelle Wolf, Tells Correspondents To "Grow A Pair"

03 May 2018

And that pot of hot water is getting awfully crowded.

"It's 2018 and I'm a woman, so you can not shut me up", Wolf said, "unless you have Michael Cohen wire me $130,000".

Moreover, after the performance, many commentators wondered whether the tradition of having comedians perform at the dinner should be continued or not, the same report stated. You may recall, from the "Lord of the Rings", a symbol adopted by the Dark Lord during the Second Age and the Third Age. Myers opened his bit with a reference to President Trump's tweet criticizing Wolf, whom he called "filthy".

Being inconsistent about a perspective on consistency is peak 2018! President Trump did not attend the dinner but voiced his opinions on Twitter, calling the event an "embarrassment to everyone associated with it".

"Comedy isn't just about jokes".

"Every time Sarah steps up to the podium, I get excited because I'm not sure what we're going to get: a press briefing, a bunch of lies or divided into softball teams", Wolf joked with Sanders seated at the dais mere feet away from the hosting comedian.

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Comedian Michelle Wolf delivered a brutal opening monologue that singled out many members of the Trump administration.

"I mean, if there is two people that I actually made fun of their looks on Saturday, it was Mitch McConnell and Chris Christie", Wolf told Gross.

Colbert addressed Wolf's comments on Sanders "smokey eye" makeup by showing a picture of Sanders and her father, Mike Huckabee, both with heavy eye makeup on. He took to Twitter Sunday, writing, "Dear "the media" - @michelleisawolf was amusing". "Enough of elites mocking all of us", he said. "You have that right", Colbert said. Journalists now have to consider that the kinds of comedic burns that previous administrations simply absorbed, albeit grudgingly, will be used to discredit the work of the press. This is not a new phenomenon for those close to President Trump.

If bodyshaming is going to be an issue then at least be consistent with it. "So why, on the biggest stage of your life, would you choose to denigrate women for the way they look?" he asked.

Wolf previously worked as a writer on NBC's "Late Night With Seth Meyers", and Meyers also came to her defense - ABC's Jimmy Kimmel and CBS's James Corden weighed in as well.

"You guys are obsessed with Trump".

Stephen Colbert Defends Michelle Wolf, Tells Correspondents To