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“The only group that Hillary Clinton won were voters over 65 [years old],” he said of her results in last week’s first Democratic presidential primary. "She may not have won New Hampshire, but she won Old Hampshire.

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"[Her campaign] sprang into action [and] reached out to young people with an ad on the youth-friendly social media network, American Online,” he added, showing Clinton’s campaign ad on the Internet browser.

Clinton has a strong donor network and a long list of endorsements, but she has failed to ignite the youth vote like Sanders — or then-Sen. Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaBiden-Harris team unveils inauguration playlist Can the GOP break its addiction to show biz? The challenge of Biden's first days: staying focused and on message MORE (D-Ill.) in 2008.

“I cannot wait to see how they appeal to the youths next,” Colbert said on CBS’s “The Late Show." "Maybe hand out some leaflets at bingo night, or team up with Netflix to sponsor a ‘Murder, She Wrote’ reunion where the victim is the middle class.

“Or maybe an ad buy on AM Radio. '[We] just want to remind all you millennials to get out there and support Hillary — coming up next, three hours of old men whispering about Jesus.'"

Sanders trounced Clinton during last week’s Democratic presidential primary in New Hampshire after narrowly losing to her in Iowa’s first-in-the-nation caucuses earlier this month.

Sanders has frequently appealed to younger voters by promising free college tuition, decriminalizing marijuana nationwide and meeting with popular musicians, such as rapper Killer Mike.