WATCH: US Late Night TV Hosts React to Trump's China Visit

By That's, November 13, 2017

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US President Donald Trump was in China last week, and American late night television show hosts had plenty of punchlines to deliver about the visit. 

The Daily Show host Trevor Noah pondered why Trump changed from accusing China of "raping our country" a year ago to giving it "great credit" for "[taking] advantage of another country for benefit of their citizens." Watch below (VPN on):

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On The Late Show, Stephen Colbert poked fun at Trump's comments on him and Xi having "good chemistry," quipping: "Of course they have good chemistry. They met on Xi-Harmony.”


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Late Late Show's James Corden also took a jab at Trump's comments on "not blaming China" for the trade deficit, saying: "That's like someone stealing your bank card and you going 'What the hell! Although I'm loving some of these purchases you're making.'"

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