NO COLLUSION, huh, Donald Trump?
WITCH HUNT, really, Donald Trump?
Conan O'Brien, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon have teamed up to prove the President of the United States wrong.
In a very unusual move, these three late-night talk show hosts came together on Tuesday night to record a shared video that opened each of their programs.
After Trump singled out these comedians during a rally in South Carolina, O'Brien, Colbert and Fallon united to make fun of the Commander-in-Chief.
In the footage above, Colbert FaceTimes at first with Fallon over the computer, referring to his television competitor as a "lost soul," to which Fallon slams Colbert as a "low life."
These are the insults, of course, used by Trump in regard to these stars at his aforementioned rally.
"[I] heard he said some pretty bad stuff about us," Fallon says to Colbert at one point in this clip, prior to the hosts adding O'Brien to their call.
But Conan is shaving and acts shocked that Trump is actually the President. (Join the club, man,. Join the club.)
This unprecedented move by these hosts followed a mini Twitter feud Fallon found himself engaged in with Trump.
After the President learned that Fallon regretted tussling then-candidate Trump's hair during a Tonight Show appearance in September of 2016, The Donald told Jimmy to "be a man" and quit "whimpering," adding that Fallon called him after this appearance and the two talked about that show's huge ratings.
In response, Fallon first donated to an organization in Texas that seems to reunite immigrant parents with their stolen kids.
He then said Trump never called him, is therefore a giant liar, and expressed shock that he was in such a feud to begin with.
(Seriously, Jimmy Fallon spends every episode trying NOT to get into any feuds with anyone. He entire professional goal each and everyday is to be as innocent and harmless and jovial as one can be.)
So this is where we now are, folks.
Donald Trump claimed he would bring people together as President and he has managed to actually keep this promise.
We just didn't realize he meant those people would be quasi rivals Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and Conan O'Brien.
Check out their mutual and hilarious cold open above.