‘Never say never’: Joe Biden pulls a Bieber when asked about running in 2020

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What a difference a day makes.

When Joe Biden reportedly told a CNN reporter that he might have a proverbial crack at the U.S. presidency come 2020, political corners of the internet were a’flutter. But Vice President Biden’s appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Tuesday quelled some of the excitement. For now at least.

In his first talk show appearance since the election, Biden explained that in matters of the presidency one should, as Bieber so poignantly put it, “never say never.”

Colbert quizzed the meme lord after he lamented not running last election, though he says he ultimately “made the right decision.” Read more…

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Stephen Colbert takes on the horror of Trump’s mass-texting capabilities

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Welp, this is really happening.

In case you’ve buried your computer and haven’t heard (which we understand), starting Jan. 20, 2017, President-elect Donald Trump can send unblockable mass-text messages to all Americans.

Last night, Stephen Colbert tackled the distressing news on The Late Show, and in true Colbert fashion, it’s hilarious.

“The only person I would trust less with that technology is Anthony Weiner,” he joked.

Listen to the rest of the lovable host’s thoughts above.

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