January 13, 2016 4:47 pm

WATCH: Stephen Colbert calls Canadians ‘moose-munching iceholes’

WATCH ABOVE: Steven Colbert has a warning for Canadians — don't even think about winning the Powerball lottery in the United States because there will be repercussions.


Many, many Canadians are trying their chances at the now-$1.5 billion Powerball lottery in the U.S. Whether they’re asking family to buy them a ticket or venturing across the border in person, the promise of that much money is too much to resist.

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Late Show host Stephen Colbert is (jokingly) resentful of all the Canadians potentially reaching into an American’s pocket. What if a Canadian wins, taking money from a rightful American winner?

That makes us “moose-munching iceholes,” apparently.

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The talk-show host even threatens that if a Canadian wins the huge jackpot, “Donald Trump will be elected president.”

The lottery draw takes place Wednesday night.

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