Stephen Colbert Proposes 'Undecided 2016' Merchandise
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Only a handful of episodes into his tenure as host of The Late Show, Stephen Colbert decided to poke fun at the merchandise presidential candidates are selling online. He ended the bit by introducing his own fictional line of political promos, aimed at the 11 percent of American voters who are undecided.
He named some of the real items that caught his eye, such as Hillary Clinton's "Chillary Clinton" beverage coolers, Bernie Sanders' "Feel the Bern" mug and Jeb Bush's Guacamole bowl, before advertising his own ideas.
Colbert's ideas include T-shirts that say "_________ 2016", 20-sided die with candidates' faces on it and a bumper sticker that says, "Bite me, it's still 2015."
You can watch the whole clip from The Late Show below.
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