Political commentator and comedian Stephen Colbert never misses an opportunity to roast president Donald Trump.
Even during a segment about the alarming rise of measles in America, the Late Show host managed to not-so-subtly mock the president.
Expressing his frustration about a new report that claims more than 700 people have been affected by the infectious disease this year - marking a 25-year-high - Colbert said:
Because people aren't vaccinating against it, what is wrong with you?
As the son of an immunologist, this might be the scariest news I have ever heard.
Colbert then notes how much more "complex" the anti-vaxx problem actually is, pointing to reports that Russian trolls may have promoted anti-vaccination propaganda online, which is what has caused the latest measles outbreak. Then, the TV host takes his shot at Trump, saying:
Are you telling me that Russian trolls helped promote a devastating disease that could weaken our nation? And now measles?
Met with a lot of laughter from the crowd, Colbert says with his shoulders shrugged:
You got to make it work.
You can watch the full segment in the video below.
TONIGHT: Russian trolls are behind the anti-vaccination crisis because of course they are. #LSSC https://t.co/k6SBsMdAFJ