Colbert Proposes the Perfect Slogan for the Trump Administration

Stephen Colbert gave President-elect Trump a new slogan Thursday night. Instead of Obama's famous "hope and change," Colbert has dubbed Trump's administration "hope and chance," as in, there's a chance Trump will realize he doesn't know everything.


There is also a chance that he will destroy everything first. "If you're one of those folks saying, 'I don't want to live in a world where Donald Trump is president,' you might not have to," Colbert said. "Because this was the hottest year on record and Trump wants to pull the country out of the global warming treaty which seeks to limit rising temperatures, desertification, extinction of animals and plants, heat waves, floods and rising sea levels."

Yes, the incoming leader of the free world still believes climate change is a hoax, despite basically every scientist begging to differ.

"At least fans of Mad Max: Fury Road won't have to wait long for a sequel," Colbert joked. "Of course, Trump doesn't even believe in the existence of global warming, having tweeted, 'The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive,' and calling global warming 'very expensive bullh*t.'"

"Of course, 'very expensive bullh*t.' is also the motto for Trump University," the host added. 

But, in light of Donald Trump being elected President, Chinese officials have since responded to Trump's accusation. 

"China’s President Xi Jinping underlined the importance of cooperation between the two largest economies when he spoke to Trump on Monday, said Liu, who added China will continue its fight against climate change 'whatever the circumstances,'" Bloomberg reported. 

"Hold on. Things have gotten so bad that China is telling us to care about the environment?" Colbert asked incredulously. "Have you seen Beijing? No you haven't, because it's hidden behind their air."

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