Late Show Television

Tim Meadows shows Stephen Colbert the benefits of being a black Trump supporter

"What do you think about Donald Trump saying there's never been a worse time for black people?" "Well, that's true, Stephen, unless 'time' includes history."

Stephen Colbert and Tim Meadows reunited on Wednesday’s Late Show to explore the benefits of being a black supporter of Donald Trump. Ten years ago, Meadows appeared on the Colbert Report as character P.K. Winsome (see the clip below) during the 2006 midterm elections to explain to Stephen how great his life has been as one of the few black Republicans. He was back on Wednesday with more proof.

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Colbert started off by saying, “I don’t have to tell you folks that Donald Trump’s not doing very well with African American voters…While some polls out there show Trump with 0 percent support among African Americans, we found one. For his unique perspective, we turn now to our dear friend, a board-certified black Republican, entrepreneur, and Trump University graduate, P.K. Winthrop.”

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Enter Tim Meadows in front of a golf course projected on green screen, where he signs autographs as Tiger Woods because white people don’t know the difference.

“What do you think about Donald Trump saying there’s never been a worse time for black people?” Colbert asked. “Well, that’s true, Stephen, unless ‘time’ includes history,” Meadows said. “But let me tell you, this black person has never had it better.”

As usual, P.K. Winthrop then turns the segment into an infomercial for all of his latest products, including Trump Hitler mustaches.

Watch the clip for more.

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