Oprah Winfrey and late-night talk show hosts Stephen Colbert and Trevor Noah sat down to chat all things politics.
From bashing Donald Trump to discussing America’s future, Winfrey’s “Super Soul Conversations” made for one politically charged interview, even though nothing was mentioned of Winfrey’s potential presidential run in 2020.
While Global’s “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” host uses his platform to point out flaws in Trump and his administration, he does still remain hopeful for America. “This is a great country,” he said.
“We’re based on an idea,” he continued. “If we can all agree on that one thing, America will always be the last, best hope.”
“The Daily Show” host on the other hand, avoided the Trump conversation, instead, he and Winfrey bonded over their unconventional upbringings.
Noah, who grew up as a mixed-race child in South Africa and used an outhouse, just like Winfrey, agreed, “You never get over that smell.”
The Born a Crime writer later explained he offered to buy his grandmother indoor plumbing, “We asked her if she wanted to have a bathroom inside and she said, ‘Why would I want to do that in the house?’”
Winfrey’s “Super Soul Conversations” is available to stream on Apple.