Colbert, Fallon and Conan join forces in joint monologue against Trump

Donald Trump got dragged by late night hosts including

Donald Trump got dragged by late night hosts including"the guy on CBS Stephen Colbert. Look they weren't going to sit quietly

Jimmy Fallon is still taking aim at President Donald Trump, and he's enlisted the help of competing talk show hosts Stephen Colbert and Conan O'Brien.

Then, on Monday at a SC rally, Trump doubled down, calling Colbert (whom he called "the guy on CBS") a "lowlife", Fallon a "lost soul" and "Jimmy Kimmel Live's" Jimmy Kimmel "terrible". "Hey, lowlife", Fallon tells Colbert. Honestly, are these people amusing?

Featuring The Late Show host Stephen Colbert, Conan O'Brien and Jimmy Fallon, the three debated how to respond to Trump's claim that all three had "no talent".

"Hey lost soul", Colbert replies, beaming. "What are you up to?"

'Me either. Heard he said some pretty bad stuff about us.

"Be a man", Colbert advised, also parroting Trump's words. "Hey Mr. President! I will not stand here and let you talk that way about James Corden", Colbert said in response to the Trump remark about "the guy on CBS".

"Really? That doesn't sound like him", Colbert said. Heard he said we're all no talent, low life, lost souls, ' Fallon said.

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"Well that's not right". And remember, please be civil.

He then added that the President's criticisms were probably directed to Conan O'Brien before Colbert then chose to add the fellow comedian to the group chat. "The real-estate guy who sells steaks?" he asks incredulously. "He's president? How's he doing?"

"Not so good", Colbert responded bluntly. The two continued the bit by bringing on O'Brien, who was in the middle of shaving his face. Once O'Brien joins the chat on the freakish Trump situation, he implores Fallon and Colbert to "please be civil", a clear dig at Republicans demanding civility after Sarah Huckabee Sanders was booted from a Virginia restaurant for working for Trump.

"What do you want to eat?"

As O'Brien signed off, Fallon and Colbert agreed to meet for lunch at the Red Hen in Lexington, Virginia, the restaurant that denied service to White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Friday, June 22.

Fallon had received criticism for his interview in which, apart from imitating Trump, he tousled the Republican candidate's hair and asked few inconvenient questions.

Fallon already responded on Monday night, saying in his opening monologue, "Shouldn't he have more important things to do?"