Fallon has previously been criticised for not being as political as other USA late-night talk show hosts, who regularly use their platforms to take on Mr Trump.
Fallon: "I heard he said we're all no-talent, lowlife lost souls".
"I heard he said some pretty bad stuff about us", Fallon says. Eventually, they call "lost soul" Conan O'Brien, who doesn't even seem aware that Trump is President. Fallon and Colbert then let O'Brien in on their conversation about Trump, to which the TBS host feigned disbelief that Trump was actually president. "If we're not careful this thing could start to get ugly". ( Fallon's interview with him, as you'll recall, resulted in last week's sophomoric Twitter feud.) The next option, then, is a crossover.
"I mean honestly, are these people amusing?" he continued.
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JIMMY Fallon has launched a scathing return attack on Donald Trump, mocking the President for picking fights on social media.
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert tweeted Tuesday night's cold-open sketch early, and for good reason. Frankly, if I couldn't, I'd be in big trouble, ' Trump said. "He's the president! What are you doing?"
"Mostly whimpering", Fallon said, eyes downcast as he referenced the president's recent tweet lambasting him for his apology. After the audience went insane over their exchange, Fallon asked Stephen what he was up to, and Stephen answered, "I'm busy having no talent". "Did you see Trump's rally last night?"
Colbert mockingly responds, "That doesn't sound like him".
'What is it, like a year and a half, two years later, he's now apologizing because he humanized me?' Trump said. One commenter wrote, "I don't blame Fallon on the way he feels".