Colbert Hits Trump for Lying About Parents Wanting Remains of Korean War Soldiers To Be Brought Back

‘Let’s say their parents were 18 when they were born — ‘


COLBERT: "So many “Parents” asked him. The Korean war ended in 1953.  That’s 65 years ago. The youngest a soldier could’ve been was 18, let’s say they’re parents were 18 when they were born, which would make their parents at least 101. He is saying, so many 101-year-old couples asked him for this. Trump isn’t bending the truth anymore, he’s bending the fabric of space/time. My father-in-law served in the Korean war. If his parents were alive, they would be 127. Or, as we call them here at CBS: The target demo! Welcome! Welcome!"

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