Trump’s New National Security Advisor Worked The A$AP Rocky Case

Trump’s New National Security Advisor Worked The A$AP Rocky Case

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WELCOME, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. WELCOME, ONE AND ALL, TO “THE
LATE SHOW.” I’M YOUR HOST, STEPHEN COLBERT. LOOK, I KNOW, I KNOW THAT ALL OF
US HAVE BEEN SO CONCERNED THAT, WITH JOHN BOLTON GONE, THERE IS
NO NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER. THERE WAS NO ONE STEEPED IN ALL
FACETS OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL, MILITARY, AND
ECONOMIC CONFLICT WHO COULD MAKE SENSE OF A DANGEROUS WORLD AND
GIVE OUR PRESIDENT THE ESSENTIAL INFORMATION HE NEEDED TO
COMPLETELY IGNORE AND TWEET WHATEVER HE WANTS.( LAUGHTER )
WELL, EVERYONE CAN BREATHE EASY, STOP WORRYING, BECAUSE THE
POSITION HAS FINALLY BEEN FILLED. INTRODUCING FUTURE FORMER
NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER AND PHOTO THAT COMES WITH THE
PICTURE FRAME, ROBERT C. O’BRIEN. NOW, TRUMP MADE THE ANNOUNCEMENT
ABOUT O’BRIEN IN LOS ANGELES, WHICH EXPLAINS WHY THE GUY LOOKS
LIKE THE SECOND MALE LEAD ON “SUITS.” OF COURSE, THE NATIONAL SECURITY
ADVISOR IS A CRITICAL MEMBER OF THE ADMINISTRATION AND ONE OF
THE MOST POWERFUL POSITIONS IN THE WORLD. SOMETHING THAT IMPORTANT SHOULD
ONLY BE REVEALED VIA TWEET. ( AS TRUMP )
“I AM PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT I WILL NAME ROBERT C. O’BRIEN,
CURRENTLY SERVING AS THE VERY SUCCESSFUL SPECIAL PRESIDENTIAL
ENVOY FOR HOSTAGE AFFAIRS AT THE STATE DEPARTMENT, AS OUR NEW
NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR. I HAVE WORKED LONG AND HARD WITH
ROBERT. HE WILL DO A GREAT JOB!”
( LAUGHTER )
SO– SO–
( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE )
SO, THAT’S INTERESTING– HE
HIRED A HOSTAGE NEGOTIATOR, SOMEONE WHO IS KNOWN TO TALK
MADMEN DOWN FROM THE BRINK. THAT WILL COME IN HANDY:
“MISTER PRESIDENT, WE KNOW YOU’RE LOCKED IN THE OVAL
OFFICE, AND WE DON’T WANT YOU TO DO SOMETHING YOU’LL REGRET. THINK OF YOUR FAMILY– WAIT, NO. THINK OF SOMETHING YOU
LOVE. THINK OF– THINK OF A BUCKET OF
FRIED CHICKEN, SIR! THINK OF THE NUGGETS.”( LAUGHTER )
AND TRUMP HAS WORKED CLOSELY WITH O’BRIEN BEFORE, MOST
RECENTLY, WHEN PRESIDENT TRUMP SENT HIM AS A SPECIAL ENVOY TO
A$AP ROCKY’S SWEDISH ASSAULT TRIAL. I DID NOT REALIZE THAT A$AP
ROCKY WAS BEING HELD HOSTAGE. WHAT WAS SWEDEN ASKING FOR
IN RETURN? “MAMA MIA III?”
( LAUGHTER )
BUT HOSTAGE NEGOTIATOR DOESN’T
SEEM LIKE A NATURAL RESUME FOR NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER. SO, WHAT POSSIBLY BROUGHT HIM TO
TRUMP, BROUGHT HIM TO TRUMP’S ATTENTION, AT THIS CRITICAL
JUNCTURE? WELL, YESTERDAY, TRUMP TOLD
REPORTERS, “ROBERT O’BRIEN SAID, ‘TRUMP IS THE GREATEST
HOSTAGE NEGOTIATOR IN HISTORY.’ HE HAPPENS TO BE RIGHT.”( LAUGHTER )
OH, I WOULD LOVE TO SEE HOSTAGE NEGOTIATOR TRUMP
(AS TRUMP) “OH, YOU HAVE A LIST OF DEMANDS? I HAVE A FEW OF MY OWN. FIRST, YOU HAVE TO ADMIT THAT
“THE APPRENTICE” WENT WAY DOWNHILL WITH ARNOLD
SCHWARZENEGGER. OKAY, HE LIT A FIRE.” NOW, WHEN– TWO OVER THERE. THEN TRUMP APPEARED WITH O’BRIEN
ON A NOISY TARMAC AT L.A.X. FOR A WEST COAST EPISODE OF:
>>”CHOPPER TALK”( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE )
>>Stephen: TENSIONS HAVE BEEN HIGH IN THE MIDDLE EAST
EVER SINCE THE FALL OF JERICHO, BUT MORE RECENTLY, SINCE AN
ATTACK ON SAUDI OIL REFINERIES THAT THE SAUDIS BLAME ON IRAN. SO FAR, TRUMP HAS DECLINED TO
ORDER MILITARY ACTION IN RESPONSE, WHICH SENATOR LINDSEY
GRAHAM CALLED A SIGN OF WEAKNESS. BUT TRUMP POINTED OUT, NUH-UH:
>>I ACTUALLY THINK IT’S A SIGN OF STRENGTH. WE HAVE THE STRONGEST MILITARY
IN THE WORLD NOW. AND, UH, I THINK IT’S A GREAT
SIGN OF STRENGTH. IT’S VERY EASY TO ATTACK AND,
YOU KNOW, THERE’S PLENTY OF TIME TO DO SOME DASTARDLY THINGS.( LAUGHTER )
I DON’T– WHAT– DASTARDLY– I’M NOT SAYING ATTACKING IRAN IS
RIGHT, BUT I’VE NEVER HEARD THE COMMANDER IN CHIEF CALL U.S. MILITARY ACTION “DASTARDLY.” HE SOUNDS LIKE THE VILLAIN IN A
1930’S TWO-REELER. (AS VILLAIN)
“YOU MUST BOMB IRAN.” (AS DAMSEL)
“I CAN’T BOMB IRAN.” (AS VILLAIN)
“YOU MUST BOMB IRAN.” (AS DAMSEL)
“I CAN’T BOMB IRAN.” (AS TRUMP)
“I’LL BOMB IRAN.” (AS DAMSEL)
“MY HERO!” (AS VILLAIN)
“CURSES! HE’S THE GREATEST NEGOTIATOR OF
ALL TIME. WAIT, WAIT! SHE’LL STILL TIED TO THE
RAILROAD TRACK. MR. PRESIDENT.” THEN, TRUMP THREATENED THAT
THINGS– WELL, THEY COULD GET SERIOUS.>>WELL, THERE ARE MANY OPTIONS,
AS YOU KNOW, PHIL. THERE ARE MANY OPTIONS. THERE IS THE ULTIMATE OPTION,
AND THERE ARE OPTIONS A LOT LESS THAN THAT.>>WHEN YOU SAY THE “ULTIMATE
OPTION,” ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT–>>NO, I’M SAYING THE ULTIMATE
OPTION. I MEAN GO IN– WAR. I’M NOT TALKING ABOUT– I’M NOT
TALKING ABOUT THAT ULTIMATE OPTION.>>Stephen: OKAY, BY DEFINITION,
THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE ULTIMATE OPTION. THERE CAN BE AN ALTERNATE
OPTION, BUT THERE CAN’T BE AN ALTERNATE ULTIMATE OPTION. WHAT DOES TRUMP THINK THE OTHER
“ULTIMATE OPTION” IS? (AS TRUMP)
“IT’S EITHER GO TO WAR, OR THE ULTIMATE OPTION: POWER STEERING
AND THE SUN ROOF. IT ALWAYS LEAKS, BUT IT’S NICE.”

100 thoughts on “Trump’s New National Security Advisor Worked The A$AP Rocky Case”

  1. dastardly

    Someone who's dastardly is a scoundrel or a cowardly bad guy. The villain in a fairy tale is almost always dastardly.

    Use the adjective dastardly to describe a person or action that's underhanded and mean. Criminals, pirates, and bullies are all frequently called dastardly. An unprovoked military strike is also often described as dastardly, referencing President Franklin Roosevelt's famous 1941 speech after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, which he called an "unprovoked and dastardly attack by Japan."

  2. I would have fired Bolton from the National Security advisory but I would he use Balton to go after the squad he would clean them out

  3. What is Trump's real ultimate option??
    Grab Iran's supreme leader by his pussy?? Sorry Trump he does not have a pussy.
    Trump: But why not?? Kim has thats why I love him so much.

  4. Trump 2020! Dims too pathetic, timid and pitiful to ever impeach Trump. He is immeasurably strong, brilliant and knows how to slap down the Dims like weak flies. Trump may be a corrupt liar, but since the Dims can’t even mount a half assed impeachment, I HAVE to vote for Trump. The Dims have a bunch of weak, pitiful candidates, many of whom are a bunch of aged old fucks. Biden & Bernie are practically in the early stages of dementia, and Warren is a lying, hateful old bitch.The rest of them are weak and ill-experienced. Trump will kill this country, and I am ready for the U.S. to die. Faux democracy! We need to admit we are a dictatorship – Trump is the best we can hope for.

  5. I agree.
    Restraint is a much greater strength than abject destruction.
    Until it's not.
    Also, another new staff member 🙄
    There's been more coming and going in Trump's staff.. than Clinton's interns 🥁

  6. It is hard to laugh at these jokes. That madman WILL start a war against Iran, because it is his only hope to reverse the poll trends. And he has stuffed the White House with scumbags who would nuke Los Angeles if Trump just hinted that it would please him.

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    evidence of law. Preston v Heckler (1984 CA9 Alaska) 734 F2d, 1359,
    34CCH FPD34433, later proceeding (1984 DC Alaska) 596 F Supp 1158

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    or rebuttable evidence of law, and if construction is necessary,
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    National banking
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    designed to aid in the administration of a important branch of the
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    Pollard v State, Ala 1880, 65 Ala 628
    See, also, Tarrant v. Bessemer Nat Bank 1913, 61 So 47,7 Ala App 285

    A
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    obligation of another unless it owns or has an interest in the
    obligation guaranteed especially where it receives no benefits
    therefrom. Citizens’ Nat Bank of Cameron v Good Roads Gravel Co. Tex Civ
    App. 1921 236 SW 153 dismissed w.o.j

    A national bank has no
    power to guarantee the performance of a contract made for the sole
    benefit of another. First National Bank v Crespi & Co.Tex Civ App
    1920 217 SW 705

    National banks have no power to negotiate loans
    for others. Pollock v Lumberman’s Nat Bank of Portland Or 1917 168 P 616
    86 Or 324

    A national bank cannot act as a broker in lending its
    depositors’ money to third persons. Byron v First Nat Bank of Roseburg,
    Or 195 146 P 516 75 Or 296

    A national bank is not authorized to
    act as a broker in loaning the money of others. Grow v Cockrill, Ark.
    1897, 39 S W 60, 63 Ark 418. See, also, Keyser v Hitz Dist of Col 1883 2
    Mackey 513

    Officers of a national bank in handling its funds are
    acting in a fiduciary capacity, and cannot make loans and furnish money
    contrary to law or in such improvident manner as to imperil its funds.
    First Nat Bank v Humphreys Okla 1917 168 P 410, 66 Okla 186

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    connection with proposed loan by bank, held binding on the bank. Young v
    Goetting, CCA. 5 (Tex) 1926, 16 F 2d 248

    Bank is liable for its
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    CCA6 (Tenn) 1926 F2d 940

    Wheeler v Sohmer, Comptroller of the State of New York
    Promissory notes are only evidences of debt not debt themselves!
    12 USC 3754

    59 CJS § 2 Mortgages Definitions
    “The
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    regarded as merely an incident or accessory to the debt. A mortgage is
    an interest in the land created by a written instrument providing
    security for the performance of a duty or payment of debt and is usually
    evidenced by a note.

    Where did the money come from that they say is owed?
    How does the bank have a right to say that there’s an obligation?

    References:

    Caddy v Cortide NY Testy v Collons
    Baker v Citizen State Bank of Louis Park
    US v Stanley
    Corbin on Contracts (void contracts) Statue of Frauds

    Contract Cases

    Nothing
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    without the remedy the contract may indeed, in the sense of law may be
    said to not exist. And its obligation to fall within the class of those
    moral and social duties which depend for their fulfillment wholly upon
    the will of the individual the ideas of validity and remedy are
    inseparable and both are parts of the obligation which is guaranteed by
    the Constitution against invasion. The obligation of a contract “is the
    law which binds the parties to perform their agreement”Red Cross Line v
    Atlantic Fruit Company 264 US 109 L Ed 582, 44 S. Ct. February 18, 1924

    It
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    reciprocal assent. Sanford v Abrams (1888) 24 Fl 181, So. 373. Ross v
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    148; Mc Cay v Sever (1929) 98 Fla
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    Fla 631, 200 So. 385, Mann v Thompson (1958) Fla. App D1 100 So. 2d 634

    That
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    Fla App D3) 222 So. 2d 247

    Without a meeting of the minds of the
    parties on an essential element, there can be no enforceable contract
    Hettenbaugh v Keyes Ozon – Fincher Ins. Inc. 1962 Fla App D3) 147 So. 2d
    328, Goff v Indian Lake Estates, Inc. (1965 Fla App D2) 178 So. 2d 910

    What
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    What’s going to happen later? Can it be used later? Was that fully
    disclosed? Each and every element there has to be a meeting of the
    minds! UCC

    In order to form a contract, the parties must have a
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    contract. Webster Lumber Co v Lincoln (1927) 94 Fla1097, 115 So. 498,
    Minsky’s Follies of Florida, Inc. v Sennes (1953 206 F2d 1 O’neil
    Corporate Trustees, Inc. (1967) 376 F2d 818.

    Until the terms of
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    is open and imposes no obligation on either. Goff v Indian lake Estates
    Inc. (1965 Fla App D2) 178 So. 2d 910. Car v Duvall (1840) 39 US 77, 10
    L. Ed 361

    The assent of each party must be freely given; a
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    influence by the other party, or procured by the fraud of one of the
    parties, lacks the essential element of real assent and maybe avoided by
    the injured party. Wall v Bureau of Lathing and Plastering (1960 Fla
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    Hettenbaugh v. Keyes Ozon-Fincher Ins. Inc. 1962 Fla App D3) 147 So 2d
    328
    General Finance Corp v Stratton 1963 Fla App D1, 156 So 2d 884

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  8. Colbert kinda screwed up by making light of Trump's "ultimate option". Trump is planning to nuke Iran. He is waiting until after Christmas (bad optics) then he will launch a secret nuclear first strike on Iran's nuclear facilities – he will say, "The fallout was going to be radioactive anyway." He wants to run next year as a "war president" – he just has to keep putting it off, probably to the night before the Iowa caucuses. Don't think it's likely? Just wait. Trump wants to nuke 'em!

  9. The left has lost their collective mind. Reasonable liberals are walking away in silence so that their own party's cancel culture doesn't eat them alive.

  10. HAHAHAHA! Colbert watched the original "ZOOM" on PBS! That's the old "You Must Pay the Rent!" routine with the single mustache/hairbow/bowtie prop. And I thought I was the only one who ran around doing it. Awesome!

  11. He's speech is like a fart it comes out unexpectedly and usually stinks and people around him pretend they like it because they want to keep their bank account

  12. ……….. Did Trump just almost say that nuking Iran was one of the options he¨'s considering??? That's pants-shitting scary right there.

  13. The only Fake in "FAKE News" is Trump and his administration. Journalists just ask the questions. Conway and her bowling Green Massacre, Corry Lewandowski and his lies to the media, etc. Everyday Lies, lies and more lies. Trump will go down in History as The Fake in Fake News!

  14. I understand what he meant by "the ultimate option". It's going Nuclear.
    I don't know how I should feel about apparently speaking Donald Trump.

  15. You know Trump doesn't read or write? He doesn't write his own tweets! He doesn't like to read or write anything. That's been seen in depositions and stated by many people in his admin. Poor reading comprehension and writing skills aren't because he's not intelligent enough. It's a consequence of being a spoiled narcissistic brat.

  16. To be fair here, 66.7% of Trump's wifes left him, he ran 100% of his casinos into the ground, 100% of his universities and charities were shut down, and over 50% of his other businesses have failed, so with a White House staff turnover of about 43% he's over-performing by his standards.

  17. Trump loves to say "ultimate", remember when he used that word repeatedly when impersonating someone else on the phone? Shameful.

  18. Yo Stephen Colbert has got to stop making fun of Trump and how much he likes unhealthy fast food. It kinda makes me relate to Trump and I don't like that.

  19. Trump again is a smug arrogant asshole.
    He’s also doing more than ever imagined as prez.
    Most things he’s accomplished no one knows about because they simply don’t want to know anything good he does.
    I hate his shows I hate his hair and I voted for Hillary but somehow and some jackass way, Trump is really doing some great things.
    If we could let Cheney and Busch jr get away with the heinous shit they did including crippling the economy and staging a war to steal oil for eleven years I’m certainly happier now than then.
    New house 3.9%
    Gas 2.29$ gallon for three years.
    No bullshit wars
    Jobs are strong.
    I’ve seen hundreds of homeless deadbeat pos actually getting jobs because it was so easy and the money is good.
    Trump is doing the opposite of what we all have seen him do with deals and decisions.
    All these policies are actually Obama’s policies.
    Immigration deportation in reality is less now than Obama era deportations.
    Delusion has crippled people and blinded them.
    I’m a 36 year Democrat liberal and I call it how I see it.
    Everyone that denies Trumps accomplishments so far are using hate as a guide to decisions.
    Hypocrites the whole hateful lot.
    It’s pathetic really.

  20. I gotta admit anyone who rambles on or uses Twitter is automatically an asshat.
    Prez should always be above such a useless thing.
    Then again politician he is not.
    Give and take on that one.

  21. Liberals' idolize Obama and he was very far from being a paragon of virtue, he basically just continued and amped up Bush era policies. He was a puppet of the pentagon which you certainly can't say about Trump. I really am a soc/dem but, much as I would love to hate Trump for his egoism and his apparent stupidity, I actually admire his ability to stand up to the hawks. And I believe Hillary would have been a disastrous war monger who would have sent the country broke. Neither Clinton showed any compassion or respect for the 'little people', they were all about the 'high end of town' and their own careers. People call Trump a right wing fascist, but I don't believe he has any strong political convictions, which isn't necessarily a bad thing in a leader. I'm actually in favor of a Sanders/Warren administration next time round. A lot of the hate directed at Trump is the result of no critical analysis and hypocritical given that Liberals are all about sympathy for the plight of the 'common man'. Having said that, he IS an ignorant misogynist/racist.

  22. I put dislike bc it seems obvious that the president was talking about the nuclear option for the `other ultimate option'. You put some bad faith in your comments at times

    (video was funny nonetheless)

  23. Here’s a weird scary thought I just had… whilst Stephen, Seth and Trevor have indeed made us all laugh at the chaos reigning in the US these past 3 years, has it accidentally anaethetised us all to it?

    NUMBING our righteous fury with humour MAY actually be HELPING Trump get away with this shit, cos we are too busy laughing at him rather than taking to the streets in fury?

    Just a thought, America.

    In Europe they don’t let their Governments get away with shit.. they take to the streets.
    Just look at France recently… the ‘Yellow jacket’ protests forced Macron to U turn over taxes.
    And UK… they are on the streets in force against Boris Johnson’s suspension of Parliament (a move clearly to prevent any legal acts being raised to prevent him from a No Deal exit from the EU – which would be a catastrophe for Britain)
    If he tries it I seriously think millions of Brits will take to the streets and invade parliament.
    Feelings run much higher in Europe it seems…

    Careful, America, you are laughing your way into a second term of this twat!
    You need to be more proactive, get off your couches, should form a movement to constantly protest the bastard! There’s enough of you ffs!
    Don’t leave it to other people then complain nothing is ever done!

  24. Pelosi's arguments for and against impeachment WERE semi-reasonable a while ago, not it's just pathetic. What does Comrade Nancy actually think she is accomplishing at this point? Each point she makes no longer applies and t's a good thing she's not a cop or a judge; she wouldn't bother to arrest and indict a criminal unless a conviction was guaranteed

  25. "tensions have been high in the middle east sense…. the fall of Jericho." Most of his audience probably hasn't read enough of the bible to really appreciate that joke. 🙁

    (It's a city the ancient Israelites invaded when conquering Canaan, the promised land, modern day Israel, in the book of Joshua).

  26. If O'Brien does not succeed to start wars with Venezuela / N. Korea (as Bolton tried) / Iran / in addition to being king-maker to start a "WAR" on Gaza rock throwers … his days are also counted. But, but, but Trump says he does not want wars. Confusing.

  27. What PERSONAL interest does the ORANGE IMBECILE have in Saudi Arabia??? $$$ is the bottom line!!! Enforce the 25th amendment before it is too late!!!! His stupidity will cause many deaths to American young men!!! Thanks, Stephen, for your great show that exposes the TRUTH about the ORANGE LIAR!!!!

  28. So, wait – is Stephen saying he doesn't recognize the sequels to Ultimate Option? But they're CANON!

    –Dave, Ultimate Option II: Nuclear Boogaloo; Ultimate Option 3nd: This Time It's Personal So My Bone Spurs Have Flared Up Again; Ultimate Option XP: Button Button – Who's Got The Button? Oh, It's Kim Jong Un!

  29. Yep a true sign of strength is to make sure one can destroy others, a real true sign of strength. This is what Trump feels makes America great again.??????humm??

  30. You know when you say Trump doesn’t love his family,I always thought that was a step too far,everybody loves their family! But then i think of the situation with stormy daniels and iff Trumo was 35 first marriage,melanie not into it for a while because pregnant,him full of testosterone.You could still believe he loved his wife and child.( he’ll testosterone is strong) but at nearly 70 new kid and young lovely wife.WhatADick!!!how is he your president or even worse still melanie,s husband!

  31. I just had an idea for Stephen:
    Try reading Trump's tweets like you do, but also add Victor Borge's phonetic punctuation. It will make these tweets even funnier!

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