A new series on TV Land features three alumni of the Groundlings working familiar “versions of themselves” territory.
“I know clean coal sounds like an oxymoron, but so does President Trump,” Colbert said.
To further highlight the absurdity of Trump’s claim, Colbert referenced his (fake) high school girlfriend who “worked with clean coal in the clean mines.”
“She told me that they mine the clean coal and put it on that silver-bullet train and then they sent it to Narnia where the Keebler Elves use it to power the pump on the fountain of youth,” Colbert said.
Check out the segment above.
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