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Stephen Colbert Has a New Slogan for Trump’s Re-Election Campaign

Late-night liberal attacked the president for calling the accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh a 'con job'

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Stephen Colbert targeted President Donald Trump’s most recent press conference on Wednesday night.

During his remarks, Trump addressed the sexual misconduct allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. The president stood by Kavanaugh and said authorities have already vetted him many times.

Stormy Daniels’ lawyer, Michael Avenatti, recently revealed a new Kavanaugh accuser, Julie Swetnick — who claims Kavanaugh was part of a sexual assault on her in Washington, D.C., in the early ’80s.

Avenatti claimed his client is willing to testify.

“Moments ago, we sent a sworn declaration under penalty of perjury signed by my client, Julie Swetnick, detailing her allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, Mark Judge, and others relating to the early ’80s and what she observed and witnessed, as well as what transpired to her during that time period.”

He also said, “We have asked the committee, as we did days ago, to launch a formal FBI investigation,” the leftist lawyer said Wednesday on “The View.”

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Leftist Hollywood has predictably thrown its support behind Avenatti and the Kavanaugh accusers.

Avenatti also released a statement from his client through Twitter — and anyone can plainly see his position on major political issues, likely in preparation for a 2020 run for president against Donald Trump.

Other sexual misconduct accusations against Kavanaugh — which he has vehemently denied — are also decades old.

Regarding the allegations from multiple women against the Supreme Court nominee, President Trump summed them up, saying it was all “one big fat con job.”

After criticizing the president for not holding enough press conferences during his presidency, Colbert went after the “con job” statement on his show.

“That is a harsh attack on these women,” Colbert said about the “con job” remark — “but it would make an honest [re-election] slogan [for Trump].”

The late-night host then presented an image of a re-election sign for President Trump that read, “One Big Fat Con Job. Trump 2020.”

Colbert can laugh off Trump’s re-election attempts and toe the liberal line all he wants, but nearly all of the comedian’s material is based on this presidency. His late-night show is the most Trump-obsessed of all the political late-night shows, and he even produces a Showtime animated comedy called “Our Cartoon President,” which parodies the day-to-day life in the current White House — at least as leftists see it.

Colbert may mock Trump’s re-election — but his material suggests he’s praying each and every day that Trump walks away victorious in 2020.

Watch the segment from Colbert’s program below:

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