The host also said that USA agents followed him because, "It's important to keep your eye on a comedian while he is in Russia, you know, doing jokes - you know, I could be over there giving state secrets to the Russians".
"I don't know if you knew this but I was in Russian Federation last week", he told his audience.
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Now wouldn't seem an ideal time to go sightseeing in Russian Federation if you're an expressly political public figure. "Followed me everywhere", Colbert said.
"Also got some attention from American intelligence. Couple guys seemed to pop up wherever we went", he said.
"But it's important, keep your eye on a comedian while he's in Russian Federation doing jokes", he said.
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The option is still on the table, but Ruddy's move takes away the president's element of surprise. Rosenstein said that while it depends on the circumstances, "I think the general answer is no".
"Oh wait, someone's already got that covered", he added to audience guffaws.
Late-night host Stephen Colbert says Russian intelligence agents kept a very close eye on him while he filmed TV segments in St. Petersburg in recent days. If I decide to run, obviously, I'm not gonna ask the Russians to help my campaign. OK?
Stephen Colbert was in Russian Federation last week, he revealed on Monday's Late Show. "I would have my son-in-law ask them". "Russian intelligence", Colbert joked on Monday night's episode.
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Griffin , of course, was relieved of his duties with the Cavaliers before he could pull the trigger on any of these deals. He promoted assistant Tyronn Lue and the Cavs went on to win the National Basketball Association championship.
"I'm just exhausted of Trump", she said on a panel about her show on May 16. His nightly monologues have included pointed barbs directed at President Donald Trump.