Colbert talks potential awkwardness between Bernie and Bloomberg

When you think of the top Democratic candidates for president, former New York mayor and billionaire media mogul Michael Bloomberg probably doesn’t come to mind.

And it seems that the candidate, who has yet to make it onto the debate stage, is well aware of his dwindling chances. He’s already pledged to back whoever becomes the nominee in the party’s attempt to beat President Donald Trump. He’s promised his staff (and his payroll money) through November to whoever is on the ticket. 

Late-night comic Stephen Colbert imagines how any monetary donation could make things a bit uneasy between Bloomberg and Sen. Bernie Sanders.

And what did Trump have to say about Bloomberg’s announcement? Take a look at today’s Best of Late Night, above, to find out. 

And Jimmy Kimmel shows us what a 2020 run from President Mike Pence might look like. Hint: The ad isn’t one that would make Trump happy. 

FILE – This March 16, 2019 file photo shows Stephen Colbert at the 36th Annual PaleyFest "An Evening with Stephen Colbert" event in Los Angeles. CBS announced Thursday that Colbert has signed a new contract that will keep him as the "Late Show" host through at least August 2023. His current pact was set to expire next August. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File) ORG XMIT: NYET406 (Photo: Richard Shotwell, Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP)

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