Stephen Colbert stepped forth to roast President Trump this Thursday with a hilarious new segment which featured an actor portraying the now infamous Trump Tower doorman as he confesses what it was really like to work for the former real estate mogul. (Video Below)
The sketch which was entitled, “Confessions from a Trump Tower Doorman,” debut on “The Late Show” after a former doorman at one of Trump’s buildings dished out an unverified claim that he was informed not to criticize Trump’s former housekeeper because she had a child with Trump.
On Colbert’s show, the “doorman” also makes several other humorous confessions.
“He’s a terrible recycler,” the actor explains in the clip. “He never remembers to sort his plastic from his incriminating documents.”
“Trump salutes me every morning because he thinks I’m the general of the doors,” he adds.
He also takes several shots at Trump’s marriage.
“We had strict instructions not to let the FBI in–or Melania out.”
The former doorman’s stepped into the spotlight this past Thursday, after the Associated Press revealed that the doorman, Dino Sajudin, was paid $30,000 by the National Enquirer for the rights to the story “in perpetuity,” which the magazine then axed.
The “catch-and-kill” situation is eerily similar to the one involving ex-Playboy model Karen McDougal, who was paid $150,000 for the rights to her story of an affair with Trump, which was ultimately never published.
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