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Stephen Colbert mocks Trump-Kim summit, calls G7 group photo ‘Still Life With Douchebag’

Stephen Colbert riffs on Canada-U.S. relations, the G7 and the Trump-Kim summit
WATCH: 'Late Show' host Stephen Colbert had no shortage of material following the Trump-Kim summit and the G7.

Stephen Colbert can’t believe that U.S. President Donald Trump has triggered a war of words with Canada and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

The Late Show host tore into the G7 conference that took place over the weekend, and then riffed off of Monday’s Trump-Kim summit — the first-ever meeting of a U.S. president and a North Korean leader to discuss denuclearization.

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Discussing the time difference between the eastern U.S. seaboard and Korea, Colbert joked that the summit was taking place “in the future.”

“It finally explains both their haircuts,” he quipped. “I don’t know what technology is involved there, but it’s not human.”

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Colbert could barely hide his shock about the American-Canadian relationship tensions, especially between one of the strongest political alliances on the planet.

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“Our relations with Canada haven’t been this bad since they stole the word ‘bacon,'” he said. “Canadian bacon is just round ham, you monsters!”

He also riffed on the now-infamous picture of Trump and other world leaders taken at the G7.

“I believe it’s entitled ‘Still Life With Douchebag,'” he laughed.

There will undoubtedly be even more material for the late-night hosts on Tuesday, considering Trump has verbally attacked Trudeau again, saying the PM will “cost Canadians a lot of money.”

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‘Late Show With Stephen Colbert’ airs on weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET on Global.

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