Stephen Colbert explains the Russia situation using only Tom Clancy novel titles

The investigation into whether or not the Trump campaign had dealings with Russian officials has been a topic of much discussion the moment it was announced. Increasingly, the evidence points to the fact that something shady probably went down. But the shadiness doesn’t stop there (we almost just expect this now). Last night on the Late Show, Stephen Colbert examined Devin Nunes, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. Nunes is head of the effort to determine if the Trump campaign was in talks with Russia, but Colbert points out that he also advised the campaign and was on Trump’s transition team. Conflict of interest? Colbert certainly thinks so, and he has a diagram to prove it. Hulu’s new show ‘Dimension 404’ looks a lot like ‘Black Mirror’ Adorable Pixar short ‘Dante’s Lunch’ introduces the cutest ‘Coco’ character The next big update to ‘Heroes of the Storm’ takes a page out of ‘Overwatch’ Samsung’s video about the ostrich that tries to fly will make you weep like a baby…

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The investigation into whether or not the Trump campaign had dealings with Russian officials has been a topic of much discussion the moment it was announced. Increasingly, the evidence points to the fact that something shady probably went down.

But the shadiness doesn’t stop there (we almost just expect this now). Last night on the Late Show, Stephen Colbert examined Devin Nunes, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. Nunes is head of the effort to determine if the Trump campaign was in talks with Russia, but Colbert points out that he also advised the campaign and was on Trump’s transition team.

Conflict of interest? Colbert certainly thinks so, and he has a diagram to prove it.

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