The CBS host virtually offered the President three different gifts to show his appreciate for everything Trump has done since running for election.
“I wanted to give Donald something very special. After all, as a late-night host, he's give me so much," Colbert said, referencing his boost in ratings since Trump took office.
Colbert then proceeded to present an iTunes gift card because that's “the exact same thing you give someone you don't really know.” The next gift was a small pair of gloves and a wet brown paper bag with some sort of liquid inside labeled “candle.”
“Let's just say it's pungent,” Colbert joked. “Don't open up. I'll light it for you and leave it on your doorstep. Just make a wish before you stomp it out.”
The NBC late-night host wanted to wish Trump a very happy birthday, while acknowledging some of his proudest moments in the Oval Office.
“Happy birthday to President Trump, who turns 71 today and this is cool - so did his views on immigration,” Colbert said.
Meyers then showed a fake Facebook to see what he believes politicians would post on Trump's wall.
Some of the highlights include Chris Christie posting, “It's okay that you forgot my birthday!,” Bernie Sanders saying, “How am I only 4 years older than you?” and Barack Obama writing, “Lol, eat s#@*.”
So to sum everything up, Meyers claimed, "The president is a man in his 70s who wants a golf score in the 60s, his country in the '50s and a wife in her 20s."
The ABC star decided to celebrate Trump's special day by editing footage of the President praising himself at different speeches and events around the country to the tune of “Happy Birthday,” all so Trump could receive a birthday message from his favorite person - himself.
Following the video, the ABC late-night host imagined what a party for the President in the White House would look like this year.
“They played 'pin the blame on the press secretary,” Kimmel joked. “Melania jumped out of a cake and made a run for it. Vladimir Putin didn't show up, but you know, he gave Trump his present back in November.”
As Corden's crowd was still clapping from his grand entrance, the CBS late-night host quieted the crowd by exclaiming: “I know why you're so happy because the big news today, we all know - it's Donald Trump's birthday!”
Corden told his audience that he's been celebrating all day because it's a big milestone.
“Trump may have turned 70, but his views about women are 150 years old,” he said, even though Trump turned 71. “It must be tough to buy Trump a gift though. What do you get a man who has everything?”
And just like Kimmel, Corden too imagined what a party for the POTUS in the White House would look like. He imagined cake, party favors and fun games such as “pin the bad economy on the Obama.”
The Comedy Central host told his audience that not everything bad happened Wednesday because it was also Trump's birthday. Noah thought it was his duty to start the celebration with a “Happy Birthday” song, but the audience responded with loud booing.
"Wow, you guys are harsh," he said. "It's his birthday. The man is 71-years-young today people. Everyone should be celebrating him. In fact, I personally saw thousands of muslims in New Jersey celebrating on rooftops. It was unbelievable."
But Noah also wondered a similar question as Corden: “The big question is, what do you get the man who grabs everything for himself?”
“Well, the Democrats have an idea," Noah said before flashing ABC News and CNN clips about nearly 200 congressional Republicans planning to sue Trump.