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Stephen Colbert is joking Democrats are doomed & # 39; because 2020 people call vegetables and mints, while their campaign game is comfort food, but not one goes for burgers, pizzas or nachos
- Stephen Colbert said on his show that Friday Democrats are all doomed & # 39; after failing to resonate with an American audience revealing their boring choice of comfort meals
- The annoyed host shouted: & You are in America! Say hamburgers. Or pizza & # 39;
- Cory Booker said: & # 39; If you are vegan, that means lots of vegetables en route & # 39;
- John Hickenlooper pops peppermints and Andrew Yang lands on Kind bars
- Julián Castro grinned: & # 39; I have no comfort meal & # 39; but said he turned to iced tea
- The choice of a Eric Swalwell mocha drink was also disappointing, but Kirsten Gilibrand's whiskey option was acceptable to the host of the late night talk show.
- Many Dems said in the video that their hero was their wife or Abraham Lincoln
Stephen Colbert joked that the 2020 Democrats are already damned & # 39; after politicians appeared in a video in which they revealed their consolation meal during the campaign path.
Members of the party appear in the clip of the New York Times Candidate Survey and failed to win the funnyman when he was asked one of the softer questions about their bid to be nominated as a candidate.
Senator Cory Booker replied: & # 39; If you are vegan, that means lots of vegetables on the way. & # 39;
Stephen Colbert said on his show that Friday Democrats are all doomed & # 39; after failing to resonate with an American audience revealing their boring choice of comfort meals
Cory Booker, John Hickenlooper, Julián Castro, Eric Swalwell and Andrew Yang are some of the politicians featured in the Democrats video
More faces from the primaries disappointed with their hardly indulgent answers, as seen on Friday's Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
Governor John Hickenlooper has announced that he is popping coins and that Andrew Yang is falling down at Kind-bars.
1. Would someone in an ideal world possess hand weapons?
2. Would you focus your attention on improving the affordable healthcare law or replacing it with a single payer?
3. Do you think it is possible for the next president to stop climate change?
4. Do you think Israel meets international human rights standards?
5. Who is your hero and why?
6. Would there be American troops in Afghanistan at the end of your first term?
7. How many hours of sleep do you get a night?
8. Do you think illegal immigration is a major problem in the United States?
9. Where would you go on your first international journey as president?
10. Describe the last time you were embarrassed. Why?
11. Do you think President Trump has committed crimes?
12. Do you support or are you against the death penalty?
13. Should tech giants such as Facebook, Amazon and Google be broken up?
14. Are you open to expansion of the Supreme Court?
15. When did your family first arrive in the United States and how?
16. What is your comfort food on the campaign path?
17. What do you do to relax?
18. Does anyone deserve to have a billion dollars?
More than a few flopped when it came to making contact with the public about food choice.
But some showed that filling their belly with tasty dishes was not how they were settled.
Former in-house secretary Julián Castro grinned: & I have no comfort meal. I have a consolation drink, that is iced tea. & # 39;
Representative Eric Swalwell said: & # 39; My favorite coffee is mocha. & # 39;
It prompted Colbert to say what the American viewing public might have thought.
& # 39; Oh, they are doomed & # 39 ;, he said among the clips of the politicians.
& # 39; Mints?! Icetea? Come on! You are in America! Say hamburgers. Or pizza. Or nacho & # 39; s. Or fries.
& # 39; Or simply throw Alfredo sauce straight out of the pot! … comfort food is what you eat because you run out of Xanax. & # 39;
New York senator Kirsten Gillibrand was more on the wavelength of the CBS host, but she admitted she turned to whiskey in times of need.
Other attempts to resonate with voters include revealing their heroes. Several played it safe and went with their wife, in Colbert & # 39; s eyes the popular response from Abraham Lincoln was a cop.
& # 39; That's the same as saying & # 39; My favorite band is The Beatles, my favorite weather is sunny, and my favorite thing to do with my lungs is breathe, & Colbert joked.
The Times asked 22 Democrats to participate in the investigation, but they only said Joseph R. Biden Jr. refused to participate, despite repeated requests since the end of April & # 39 ;.
All participants were asked to answer the same questions & # 39; with a simple yes or no, or another short, direct answer – before explaining their views extensively & # 39 ;.
The surveys were conducted between March and June and the publication reported that the candidates responded to various points during the completion of the study led by Robert Mueller, & # 39; so that their answers reflected the facts they had at that time & # 39; .
Questions were: & # 39; Do you think President Trump has committed crimes? & # 39; and & # 39; Do you think illegal immigration is a major problem in the United States? & # 39 ;.
Several played safely by saying that their wives were their heroes, but Colbert called Abraham Lincoln's popular response "an agent & # 39;
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