Yesterday's White House showdown between Donald Trump and two senior Democrats provided spectacular fodder for late-night TV comedians.
Perhaps none was as delighted as the Late Show's Stephen Colbert, who spent nearly his entire monologue dissecting the barbs sent Trump's way by Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer and House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi.
The meeting was supposed to be a short photo op for the media.
But it devolved into an argument over Trump's desire to shut down the U.S. government if the Democrats wouldn't fund his border wall.
As the three of them squabbled, Vice President Mike Pence sat silently off to the side.
In the video below, check out Colbert's description of Trump as being like one of those drunk guys you might see on the subway.
Los Angeles Times White House correspondent Eli Stokols later reported that Trump stormed out of the meeting in frustration and threw his folder of briefing papers across a room.
According to Stokols, Trump was exasperated with Schumer, who wouldn't make eye contact for extended periods.
"His old New York sparring buddy, he felt, got the better of him—goaded him into it," Stokols told Harball's Chris Matthews.