Colbert announces possible bid for president, apologizes to Trump: Punchlines

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The late-night comics talk the latest on Russia. Take a look at our favorite jokes, then vote for yours at opinion.usatoday.com. USA TODAY Opinion_Eileen Rivers

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Stephan Colbert(Photo: Paul Zimmerman, Getty Images for Montclair Film)

After deeper revelations about how much former president Barack Obama knew about Russia attempting to hack the 2016 election, President Trump has demanded an apology. And late-night comic Stephen Colbert was man enough (his description) to give him one. Take a look at Punchlines, above, to hear it. 

Oh, and Colbert has decided to run for president (maybe) — an announcement he made in Russia. Find out what help he's looking for from the Russian people. 

After you watch our favorite jokes, vote for yours in the quick poll to the right.  Watching from your smartphone or tablet? Then visit to cast your ballot. 

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