Election 2016

Colbert Mocks Donald Trump's BDSM-Filled Novel

The 2012 book could have been titled "Symbolic Penis," quipped Colbert.

Photo Credit: The Late Show/YouTube

Remember that 2005 Access Hollywood tape that was revealed in early October? 

Well, now "there’s an entire book Donald Trump doesn’t want you to see,” "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert joked, “Because he apparently wrote a 50 Shades of Grey-type novel about ‘the graphic sex lives of those living and working in Trump Tower,’ such as an employee having sex on the set of ‘Celebrity Apprentice.'”

“Oh, it’s the perfect steamy read for anyone who’s ever wanted to read about Gary Busey in a three-way with Meatloaf and Melissa Rivers,” Colbert added.

The 2012 book is titled Trump Tower, but could just as easily been titled "Symbolic Penis," quipped the host.

The book apparently contains a lot of BDSM, much like the cult classic 50 Shades of Grey.

"No surprise given the pain in the ass he's been all year," said Colbert, before reminding the audience, "Our safe word is November 8th." 

Colbert proceeded to read a passage out of what was once oddly billed as Trump's debut novel.

“After the woman fell asleep, Mikey came out, looked around and saw there were at least six women not wearing tops. He proclaimed, ‘I’m dead. I’ve gone to boob heaven,'” Donald Trump wrote.

As for presidential erotica, Colbert wasn't too impressed.

“Evidently, Donald Trump started writing this novel in fourth grade,” he jeered.

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Alexandra Rosenmann is an AlterNet associate editor. Follow her @alexpreditor.