WATCH: Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers Break Down Donald Trump’s Reaction to Orlando Shooting

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In a segment that might have reminded viewers of the best Colbert Report moments, The Late Show host Stephen Colbert broke down Donald Trump‘s reaction to the mass shooting at the Orlando gay nightclub Pulse.

In his speech in New Hampshire on Monday, Trump went after Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama for refusing to say the words “Radical Islam” and also suggested that Muslims in America “know where” the radicals are and have to work with law enforcement.

Trump also insinuated that Obama might have been sympathetic to the terrorists and that something is going on. When asked to expand on what he meant, he told radio host Howie Carr, “Well, you know, I’ll let people figure that our for themselves Howie. Because, to be honest with you, there certainly doesn’t seem to be a lot of anger or passion… There certainly was not a lot of anger so, you know, I’ll let that, we’ll let people figure it out.”

Since this seemed vague to Colbert, he used the “Figure-It-Out-Atron” (really just a blackboard) to figure it out.

On Late Night, Seth Meyers did a “Closer Look” segment on Trump’s reaction to the shooting in Orlando. Meyers banned Trump from appearing on the show after Trump decided to never give media credentials to the Washington Post.

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