The Wall Street Journal article claims that President Biden, while running meetings, relied on notes and cards. Colbert sarcastically remarked that if someone leading a large organization needed to consult their notes, it would certainly raise some eyebrows. He even humorously added, “If they kept going back to those cards, it would make me think, ‘Silica gel, do not eat’.”

The article also highlights that Biden speaks softly at times and pauses for extended periods behind closed doors. Colbert couldn’t resist poking fun at Biden’s occasional moments of silence, joking that Biden does it even when there’s no door around. “He’s really old!” exclaimed Colbert, clearly taking a lighthearted approach to the news.

Colbert then smoothly transitioned to the latest updates on the presidential race. He mentioned the recent primaries in DC, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, and South Dakota. Colbert whimsically remarked that in South Dakota, the stakes are high because the loser has to go with former presidential candidate Christy Gome to the Gravel Pit. He also playfully teased Biden and Trump, saying they both won their primaries, just like they will in 2028 and 2032.

Moving on, Colbert mentioned that Biden was in France for the 80th anniversary of D-Day, where he commemorated the United States’ fight against the fascists. Colbert couldn’t resist taking a jab at Trump, mentioning that while Biden was in France, Trump released a statement about the Allies fighting the Nazis, quipping, “Very fine people on both sides.”

The article then delved into Biden’s controversial executive order that allows the president to suspend granting asylum to immigrants if the number of asylum seekers averages more than 2,500 per day. Colbert playfully referenced the Statue of Liberty, saying they changed the poem on it to “give us your tired, your poor, your huddled masses, up to 2,200 people a day while supplies last, only valid at participating Dairy Queens.”

Colbert also highlighted the Republican Party’s mistake on their convention website. Since February, the banner on the GOP convention website featured a panoramic picture of Ho Chi Minh City, not Milwaukee. Colbert humorously expressed his love for Milwaukee, recalling hilarious memories from his last trip there, including visits to breweries and the beloved statue of Fonzi.

In other news, Elon Musk’s satellite internet company, Starlink, brought high-speed internet to the Marbo tribe in the Amazon rainforest. Colbert sarcastically stated that Musk providing internet to remote isolated people opened their world and broadened their horizons, adding, “Yeah, that’ll happen. Now we can read every great work of literature…and watch ‘Jaba the Butt Stuff’.”

Colbert concluded the segment by teasing upcoming guests on the show and promising more entertainment news after the break. The lively and humorous tone of Colbert’s commentary made for an entertaining and engaging segment on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.