Stephen Colbert mocks Donald Trump’s debate night ‘sniffles’

Click to play video: 'Stephen Colbert: Trump sounded like he was fighting off a cold with cocaine'
Stephen Colbert: Trump sounded like he was fighting off a cold with cocaine
WATCH: Stephen Colbert weighs in on Donald Trump's "sniffles" during the presidential debate – Sep 26, 2016

During Monday night’s first presidential debate, Republican candidate Donald Trump drew a lot of attention with constant “sniffles” while talking. On The Late Show‘s live post-debate special, host Stephen Colbert mocked him, saying it sounded like he was “fighting off a cold with cocaine.”

“He sounded like the coked-up best man in the bathroom at a wedding — ‘You guys, I got it, I know how we can fix the entire economy. Let’s buy a boat,'” Colbert quipped after playing a montage of Trump sniffling.

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The sounds emanating from Trump’s nose became the first meme of the debate, and it continued through the night on social media, with people jokingly hinting that the presidential hopeful was high on cocaine.

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Trump addressed the “sniffles” on Tuesday morning, saying that he was given a faulty, “defective” microphone.

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Watch the Colbert clip, above.

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