Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert reunited for a musical number Monday night, appearing together on “The Late Show” to urge Americans to make their voice heard on Election Day.
In the 11-minute song entitled “Now is the Time,” the two were joined by “Hamilton” star Javier Munoz to serenade the audience with a song explaining the importance of exercising the democratic right to vote — and taking stabs at Donald Trump.
Stewart voiced his disdain for the GOP candidate with the comment: “Are you serious? That angry tax-and-draft-dodging little orange groundhog is running for president?”
He then belted out pejorative lyrics about Trump including the line, “He’s endorsed by David Duke! His tiny hands might get a nuke!”
Stewart and Trump have a long-standing feud that began on Twitter in April 2013, when Trump insulted the Jewish comedian and brought up his birth name, Jonathan Lebowitz, in a way that some — including Stewart — thought sounded anti-Semitic.
If Jon Stewart is so above it all & legit, why did he change his name from Jonathan Leibowitz? He should be proud of his heritage!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 3, 2013
The comedian recalled the feud last week at a Stand Up For Heroes benefit in New York City.
“Let me tell you the story about something I’ve entitled, ‘The day I woke up to find out someone was tweeting weird shit about me,’” Stewart said.
“So I start to think to myself, ‘oh, I think this guy is trying to let people know I’m a Jew and I think to myself, ‘doesn’t my face do that?’ Honestly, like, where have you seen this face other than a poster for ‘Yentl’?”
Stewart then told the crowd that he responded on Twitter by claiming Trump’s true name was “F**kface Von Clownstick,” in a tweet that greatly angered the businessman.