(TheRedWire.com) – On Tuesday, former President Trump stated that the late-night talk shows “Creeps” and “Losers” were back following months of inactivity caused by the writer’s strike. While Trump did not directly reference any performance, he did accuse talk shows of contributing to the Democrat’s campaign and argued that there was a reason why they had not wanted the strike to end.
In posts on his social media platform, Truth Social, Trump argued that the strike had ended, meaning these low-rated hosts would return to the screen. He then pointed out that he had previously referred to these programs as major Campaign Contributions and that watching their comeback would be interesting.
Following the five-month hiatus caused by the writers’ strike that began on May 2, many Talk Shows returned to the screen on Monday. This included ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and CBS’ “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” among others.
Colbert opened up the show by stating that it was “good to be back” following the end of the strike, which resulted in new contracts that included protections against AI and higher wages and pay for streaming. He then joked that thanks to the strike, many of his writers had been out in the sun getting fresh air at the picket, but that this was not something they cared for and had now safely returned to “their joke holes.”
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