Meyers targeted Trump's Chief of Staff Reince Priebus who actually said, “On behalf of the entire senior staff around you, Mr. President, we thank you for the opportunity and the blessing that you've given us to serve your agenda and the American people.”
“Is there anything creepier than watching Trump make his staff go around the room and praise him? Even Kim Jong Un is like, dude, have some self-respect,” Meyers said.
The CBS star also was weirded out by Trump's staff fawning over him in front of the press.
"I did not know Trump has such a strict please check your balls at the door policy," Colbert joked. "Honestly, this is next-level weird. This is an unprecedented public stroke-fest for an emotionally frail man."
And in the spirit of Trump's cabinet, Colbert decided to play along and give the President a compliment himself.
“Mr. President, all of us here want to thank you for having such a big beautiful behind so all of us in the cabinet can just smooch it at the same time,” Colbert said.
Like Meyers, Colbert also winced at Trump's notion that he is the most accomplished U.S. president, with the exception of Franklin D. Roosevelt, who Trump recognized for having "a major depression to handle."
"Mr. President, don't sell yourself short. Since you got elected, many people have a major depression to handle," he joked.