Late-night host Stephen Colbert mocked Donald Trump Jr. in his monologue Thursday after Trump Jr.’s lengthy testimony before the House Intelligence Committee earlier this week.

“[It] lasted roughly eight hours, making it the first time a Trump has put in a full day of work,” Colbert said.

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“Everybody was at the meeting. Paul Manafort, Jared Kushner — it was a real who’s who of who wants an orange jumpsuit,” Colbert said.

The comedian also mocked Trump Jr. for refusing to answer some of the committee’s questions about his conversations with his father regarding the meeting, citing attorney-client privilege.  Trump Jr. reportedly said he was invoking the privilege because an attorney was in the room at the time of the discussions.

“Is that how it works?” Colbert said. “If that’s how it works, I’m going to rob a law firm. ‘Alright everybody, hands in the air. Remember, none of you can testify.’”

Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee ripped Trump Jr. after his testimony, with Rep Jackie SpeierKaren (Jackie) Lorraine Jacqueline SpeierDems demand answers on Pentagon not recognizing Pride Month Overnight Defense: VA pick breezes through confirmation hearing | House votes to move on defense bill negotiations | Senate bill would set 'stringent' oversight on North Korea talks Overnight Defense: Defense spending bill amendments target hot-button issues | Space Force already facing hurdles | Senators voice 'deep' concerns at using military lawyers on immigration cases MORE (D-Calif.) saying his testimony revealed a “very serious case of amnesia.”

“My takeaway is he has a very serious case of amnesia and he was pretty nonresponsive on a lot of issues that, frankly, you would have a recollection of, considering it was just a year ago that many of these events took place,” Speier said on CNN.