On Monday night, Stephen Colbert opened The Late Show as much of his television compatriots did by addressing the shooting massacre in Las Vegas.
And like his fellow talk show hosts, Colbert also called for something, anything to be done on gun control.
“Terrible things happen in the world. Sometimes like today, where we feel things have risen to a new level. But we cannot accept that as the new normal,” he said.
Colbert also challenged Trump to prove himself as a president “who doesn’t care about how things have always been done in Washington D.C.”
“You wanna make America great again? Do something the last two presidents haven’t been able to do: Pass any kind of common sense gun control legislation,” Colbert said.