'Late Show' Has Donald Trump Decipher Between His Own Quotes and Stephen Colbert's Quips


The 'Late Show' host and presidential hopeful play "Trump or Colbert."

Donald Trump and Stephen Colbert's conservative character from The Colbert Report have a lot in common when it comes to their political point of views.

The Late Show
created a game for Trump's Tuesday appearance that had Colbert reading off quotes to the 69-year-old presidential hopeful, who would then had to determine whether he said it or if it was a quote from Colbert's former late-night persona. The game was appropriately titled, "Trump or Colbert?"

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"For years, I played an over-the-top, conservative character. Not as long as you did, but for many years," Colbert joked with Trump. "I was looking back at some of the things you've said over the years, and sometimes I couldn't decide whether I said them or you said them."

For example: "It's freezing and snowing in New York. We need global warming!"

Trump admitted he said that, but joked that it was close to being a Colbert quip.

Another quote read, "I won't apologize for being perfect." Can you guess who said that?

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This wouldn't be the first (or the last) time late-night television has had a little fun with Trump. Check out opera singer Josh Groban performing the aspiring politician's tweets.