John Fetterman Goes Full Troll On Dr. Oz | Fact-Checking The Choco Taco Drama

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert published this video item, entitled “John Fetterman Goes Full Troll On Dr. Oz | Fact-Checking The Choco Taco Drama” – below is their description.

Stephen finds out why New Jersey-based celebs like Lil Stevie Van Zandt are getting involved in the Pennsylvania Senate race, and he introduces a brand new long-running segment that will ensure he gets his facts straight. #Colbert #Comedy #Monologue

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