Trump's Pants Really Did Look Backwards Though



James starts the show checking in on everyone’s weekend, and he shares how he burned an hour at a child’s birthday party thanks to a video game. And if anyone knows the host of the “So This Is My Why” podcast based in Malaysia, please ask her to release her interview with CBS Senior Vice President of Late Night Programming (West Coast) Nick Bernstein as soon as possible. After, James gets into the headlines including setting the record straight: former President Donald Trump’s pants were definitely not on backwards this weekend. And we debate what it will take for more people to get the vaccine.

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38 thoughts on “Trump's Pants Really Did Look Backwards Though”

  1. Please don’t ever bring back the audience, I LOVE this set up❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  2. Only watched this show a few times before the new format. I'm loving how genuine it is as opposed to the 'cue-laughter' format of the pre-COVID shows. Canned laughter and planned laughter feels the same – and I'm not sure if its the shows that encourage the audience to laugh and clap at all the punchlines, or if audiences – through a steady diet of Friends, that 60's Show, etc – have made themselves into canned laughter recepticles.

    … in either case. Loving the show, mr. Cordon and team. Here's hoping you keep the format and stay genuine.

  3. I wonder if going into space would make you more or less inclined to pay your fair share of taxes?

  4. 3 partiespeople,two creats duality and grid lock,which seems to be the government’s goal….3 parties ah they,ll fuck that up too but your grid lock aint going anywhere

  5. i love this behind the scenes-type content. put it all on youtube! 12 min on tv, all of it on youube. love it

  6. i think trump pants?, looks like one of those men dresses,men from india wear, with a low split up to the knees..

  7. Doe anyone but me think that Trumps next plan, is NOT to run for President
    but to set the scene for staying out of jail by beginning to fake the fact that he is going senile and forgetting his words mixing his words and putting on clothes backwards. He is a slippery slimey toad

  8. Yeah…because the area around the zipper got blurred. Anyhow: since alternative facts matter: he did have them backwards on. Don't miss the opportunity to use the retarded Republicans' weapons against themselves.

  9. Trump put his pants on right. That bulge that you are looking at is actually three layers of diapers to stop the former Chief Executive from pissing on his own feet — in a literal instead of the usual figurative fashion.

  10. I haven't watched tv in yrs but this show is on the lighter side of propaganda. So glad I haven't

  11. James Corden just made a joke that was just like saying ( round up all the gays and put them on a island ). So I guess that I only have to be sensitive to issues they are sensitive to and all others I can be like nothing's changed. Oh I can just be a self virtuous hypocrite

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