On Monday’s broadcast of “The Late Show,” host Colbert riffed on the controversial unveiling of the new White House tennis pavilion — the timing of which has been criticized, given how the country is currently being ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic.
Colbert focused on the first lady’s statement, which read: “It is my hope that this private space will function as both a place of leisure and gathering for future first families.”
The comedian thought it’s “the closest we’re going to get to a concession.”
“She’s admitting there will be future first families, and gatherings,” Colbert excitedly added.
Check out Colbert’s full monologue here: