Fake Melania Takes On JacketGate For Colbert [VIDEO]

Deadline Hollywood reports:

President Donald Trump having taken time to attack CBS Late Show host Stephen Colbert at a rally in his home state may have driven more viewers to the show the next night to see what the attack was all about. If so, they saw First Lady Melania Trump doppelganger Laura Benanti stopping by to help everyone figure out the meaning behind the message written on the back of that cheap Zara jacket she worn to and from one of her child detention centers the other day: “I REALLY DON’T CARE DO U?”

“Melania” informed Colbert the jacket had been picked out by “my personal stylist Stephen Miller.” Miller is one of the architects of Donald Trump’s baby-snatching border policy. Wearing that jacket to visit a children’s prison seemed insensitive, Colbert told her, wondering if it was an endorsement of POTUS policy. “You should not believe my clothing!” “Melania” answered, opening her jacket to reveal a T-shirt on which was written: Believe My Clothing.

Another amusing bit last night was a three-way call between Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, and Conan O’Brien. Colbert and Fallon closed the skit by agreeing to meet for dinner at the Red Hen.