Tyler Templeton Reports LIVE From Mar-a-Lago For “Tooning Out The News”

Tyler templeton reports live from mar-a-lago for "tooning out the news"

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert published this video item, entitled “Tyler Templeton Reports LIVE From Mar-a-Lago For “Tooning Out The News”” – below is their description.

Reporter Tyler Templeton joins Stephen for an update on the former president’s legal troubles, and to share a preview of his colleague Kylie Weaver’s interview with Sec. Pete Buttigieg which can be seen on the season premiere of “Tooning Out The News,” airing Wednesday nights on Comedy Central after The Daily Show. #Colbert #TooningOutTheNews #TOTN

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