Stephen Colbert Retaliates Against 'Huffington Post'

Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert is angry. The Huffington Post, which just sold itself for millions, posts Colbert's videos without paying him. Now Colbert has re-posted the entire Huffington Post.

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STEVE INSKEEP, host:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep.

Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert is angry. The�Huffington Post, which just sold itself for millions, posts Colbert's videos without paying him. Now Colbert has re-posted the entire�Huffington Post.

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Mr. STEPHEN COLBERT ("The Colbert Report"): It has got everything you love about the Huffington Post, because it's the Huffington Post with a new border around it that says the Colbuffington Re-Post.

INSKEEP: It's a real web page.

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