South Carolina Puts the Joke on Colbert Comedian Stephen Colbert, author of I Am America (and So Can You!) had positioned himself as late entrant in the Democratic presidential field. Last night on his show, the South Carolina state party called with other news.
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South Carolina Puts the Joke on Colbert

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South Carolina Puts the Joke on Colbert

South Carolina Puts the Joke on Colbert

South Carolina Puts the Joke on Colbert

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Stephen Colbert's new book, I Am America (And So Can You!), has won the first annual Stephen T. Colbert Award for the Literary Excellence. Jake Chessum hide caption

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Comedian Stephen Colbert, author of I Am America (and So Can You!) had positioned himself as late entrant in the Democratic presidential field.

Last night on his show, the South Carolina state party called with other news.

On our blog, we dredge up video of Stephen Colbert stumping in South Carollina.