'Innocent people don't say I'm f***ed': Stephen Colbert rips into over ...

'Innocent people don't say I'm f***ed': Stephen Colbert rips into revelation in the Mueller report that thought his 'presidency was over' after the probe began Stephen Colbert bought all 448 pages of the Mueller report during his tirade  The Late Show host claimed 's reaction to the Mueller probe was damning  He said 's reaction to probe was not what someone innocent would say

By Danyal Hussain For Mailonline

Published: 12:50 BST, 19 April 2019 | Updated: 12:50 BST, 19 April 2019

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Donald 's belief that he was 'f**ed' after the start of the Mueller probe is not the reaction an innocent person would have, says Stephen Colbert.  

The Late Show host brought all 448 pages of the Mueller report on stage for his Thursday night monologue, where he claimed the president's reaction suggested he was guilty.  

After hearing that Robert Mueller had been appointed to the probe, the president said: 'Oh my God. This is terrible. This is the end of my Presidency. I' m f***ed.' 

Stephen Colbert said that Donald Trump's reaction to news of the Mueller probe was not that of an innocent person

Stephen Colbert said that Donald 's reaction to news of the Mueller probe was not that of an innocent person

Mueller's report didn't clear the president, despite what the attorney general said in a press conference yesterday, and Colbert said that the president feared an FBI investigation would uncover facts about his election campaign which could have opened him up to criminal charges. 

This, adds Colbert, suggests that had something to hide.  

Attorney general Bill Barr was another target of Colbert's ire, with the TV star describing him as a 'one-man no collusion spectacular' before playing a series of clips from political pundits suggesting that he is in fact the president's lawyer. 

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