"Now he's just got to destabilize Antarctica and he'll have global crisis bingo", Colbert joked.
The embassy move will take place on the 70th anniversary of Israel's founding.
"In response to moving the embassy, deadly violence has broken out, but according to the USA ambassador to Israel, the act of moving the embassy sends the message to Israel that 'you are not alone, '" said Colbert.
NAIJ.com notes that the rabbi was criticised earlier this year for calling black people monkeys as he appeared to specifically attack African Americans during a sermon.
"You can't make the blessing on every "kushi" you see - in America you see one every five minutes, so you make it only on a person with a white father and mother", he said, according to the Times of Israel. Now, the president couldn't be there himself, because, you know, the angry people.
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If lawmakers do not act, the whole package will expire without becoming law. "This is a major policy change", said Koehler. One of his successors, Pat Quinn (D), signed legislation that abolished the death penalty entirely in 2011.
It was clear on Monday that the embassy opening was about excess of the peace course of, with Kushner and different administration officers emphasizing that it was one other marketing campaign promise saved.
Except while those were Kushner's actual words, "The Late Show" was actually presenting the clip without audio as Colbert read the line in falsetto. "As we have seen from the protests of the last month and even today, those provoking violence are part of the problem and not part of the solution", he said from behind a podium. It's like the saying: "when the house is finally burned down we will look back and remember that this journey started when we chose to install a deep-fat fryer in the living room". "Like, 'Sorry buddy, you gotta be 21.' 'That's no way to talk to the president of the United States".
The "Vanity Fair" writer says Kushner has turned the White House into his own piggy bank.
There's reason to think the couple won't exactly be lining up for signed copies - the title is "Trump, Inc.", Ward tells us, an apparent reference to her previous criticism of the powerful pair.