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Colbert: Trump sharing fake 'F--- tha Police' video made Biden 'way cooler'

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“Wow, that really takes balls, to manipulate a video of your opponent to make him way cooler," Colbert said on Wednesday night.

"What’s Trump going to say next? 'I saw Joe Biden smoking a spliff outside the 7-Eleven,'" he added. "The store told him to stop, and he said, 'Can it, daddio,' and jumped into the sidecar of Steve McQueen’s motorcycle. And they jumped a fence. That’s bad boy Joe. Don’t date him, girls!”

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Trump earlier Wednesday shared a fake video that gave the impression that Biden was playing the NWA song "F--- tha Police" on his phone. Biden was instead playing "Despacito" after being introduced by Puerto Rican artist Luis Fonsi at an event in Florida.

The manipulated content was originally tweeted by a pro-Trump parody account "The United Spot."

The president added the caption "What is this all about?" when sharing the video.

Twitter flagged Trump's retweet as "manipulated media."

Biden was also mocked for deciding to play "Despacito," with some accusing the former vice president of pandering to Hispanics.