A Trump spokesperson later clarified that it was a “political” death wish. But Colbert wasn’t moved.
“Okay, but it’s never great when you have to clarify that your death wish is a metaphor,” Colbert said, then offered up an example to show the absurdity of it: “I want this mob to march on my opponent’s house. Figuratively. Which is metaphorically at 471 Pine Cone Road, and leave a severed horse’s head in his bed ― as an allegory for his head.”
The “Late Show” host also spotted some “overt racism” in Trump’s latest post in his Monday monologue:
This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.