Stephen Colbert on Trump's North Korea threats: 'We're all going to die'

Erica Roy
August 11, 2017

The Mooch will be let loose on Monday, Aug. 14 when Anthony Scaramucci, former White House communications director, sits down for a one-on-one interview with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show.

Colbert made the announcement on Twitter Wednesday evening. He added: "This is just a heads up for our censors to get ready!" George Stephanopoulos will also be interviewing Scaramucci on Sunday for ABC's "This Week", so Colbert's sit-down will not be the first time the Mooch appears on camera that week.

Dozens of television interviewers have been vying to interview the man known as "Mooch".

Stephen Colbert advised U.S. President Donald Trump to "shut up" and stop provoking North Korea after Trump vowed to respond to threats from the isolated dictatorship with "fire and fury like the world has never seen".

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On Tuesday night's episode of The Late Show, Colbert took the opportunity to ask North Korea why it's so determined to make "us" happen.

Colbert also lampooned Scaramucci's brief White House stint.

The former Wall Street financier was sacked days after launching an expletive-laden attack against senior White House staff. "That's not even a whole pay period". Suffice it to say, Colbert is pretty pumped about it.

The other guest on next Monday's "Late Show" is the actor Bob Odenkirk.

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