Stephen Colbert had a field day with reports saying that President Donald Trump's company licensed his brand overseas in order to include escort services and massage parlors.

"Ever since he became the most powerful man in the world, we've heard a lot about this guy and his potential conflicts of interests overseas," Colbert said on Friday's episode of "The Late Show."

"This week we learned that Donald Trump may have violated the Constitution to trademark massage parlors and escort services in China. This is true. And unlike these massages, the Trump presidency may not have a 'happy ending.'"

Colbert's mocking comes on the heels of China announcing that they would green light the Trump trademark for massage parlors, escort services and bars.

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