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On Tuesday’s Late Show, Stephen Colbert challenged the all-seeing Donald Trump’s psychic powers. Trump has come out recently with claims that he saw Muslims cheering when the towers fell on 9/11. When challenged to prove it, he reaffirmed his stance that he saw it, saying it’s “not good.” “Not good,” agrees Stephen, “also not true.” Reporters and police have found no evidence to back up any claims that Muslims in America cheered on that day. But Trump says he has the world’s greatest memory. “That’s right, he can’t remember exactly where he saw that video, but he can remember that he has the world’s greatest memory.”
Trump can also see into the future. He has been repeatedly reminding everyone that he predicted in a 2000 book that Osama Bin Laden was a bad guy. “Yes, Trump predicted that Osama Bin Laden was threatening America all the way back in the year 2000, the same year Bin Laden was linked to the bombing of the USS Cole, and only two years after Bin Laden was indicted for the embassy bombings in Tanzania and Kenya, and only seven years after Bin Laden was implicated in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing,” says Stephen. “That’s spooky. It’s like Trump has some kind of fifth sense that lets him see what’s in newspapers and on TVs.” But Stephen says the NostraDonald isn’t the only one with this power, and sets out to prove that he, too, can predict the predictable. Watch the video to see what Stephen’s psychic powers reveal.