"Not that I want to know what's going on in the president's bedroom," Stephen Colbert says to the distraught First Lady.
First Lady Melania Trump has remained mum on the subject of President Donald Trump's alleged affair with porn star Stormy Daniels, but at least her "Late Show" impersonator was willing to open up to Stephen Colbert on the topic Friday.
When the comedian asked "Melania" (Laura Benanti) about Daniels -- who's currently suing POTUS for failure to sign a non-disclosure agreement that allegedly covered up their affair -- she replied, "Stephen, I told you before, I don't care about this woman, Slimey Manholes. My Donald is as loyal as the Golden Retriever he buys his hair from."
"Not that I want to know what's going on in the president's bedroom," Colbert said.
"Oh, God, neither do I," Benanti's Melania replied, proceeding to dry heave and pretend to hold back vomit.
Colbert then asked if there was any truth to the "rumors" she was not currently living in the White House.
"Nonsense," she scoffed. "Of course I am -- if you can call this living -- ay!"
The funniest moment in the sketch came when Colbert brought up immigration, which prompted Melania to immediately offer to turn herself in for deportation.
"Ooo! Where? Where?! Oh, you've got me," she said while offering her hands to be cuffed, only to be disappointed when Colbert clarified immigration agents weren't actually there.
Watch the video above to watch the "Late Show" Melania try to explain why she qualified for the "Einstein Visa," which is usually reserved for people who are highly acclaimed in their professional field.