The New York Times reported on Jan. 13 about their intense conversation, in which the president allegedly badgered Pence one last time to overturn the election shortly before the veep headed to the Capitol for the electoral vote count and Congress confirmed President-elect Joe Biden’s victory. “You can either go down in history as a patriot or you can go down in history as a p—y,” Trump allegedly told him.
The cold open for The Late Show With Stephen Colbert featured the all-too-familiar Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hit. But in this (White) House, each room uncovered Trump and Pence’s memories over the last four years in the minute-long spoof that was interspersed with snippets of the “WAP” music video.
“A sitting POTUS called his veep/ A name that needs bleeped/ Body part that scares Mike Pence so much/ That night he couldn’t sleep,” sang a female voice that wasn’t Cardi’s. “Donald Trump called Mike Pence a p—y/ Because he wouldn’t contest/ Trump called Pence a p—y/ Opposite of being best/ Trump called Pence a p—y/ How’s that back feel gettin’ stabbed?/ Trump called Pence a p—y/ Guess that means he’s getting grabbed/ Trump called Pence a p—y.”
Watch Colbert’s “WAP” remix below.