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Late-night hosts Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and Conan O'Brien teamed up for a joint monologue on Tuesday after President Donald Trump called them out at a rally this week. "Hey, lowlife", Fallon tells Colbert.

And after Fallon apologized this week in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter for his polarizing 2016 episode with the then Republican candidate, Trump made time during the rally to make his feelings known. "I heard he said we're all no talent, lowlife, lost souls..." "You say my name three times there and I appear".

On the June 26 open of The Late Show, Stephen FaceTime'd Fallon, who said "Hey low-life", when answering the phone. Same with Colbert, who has laid into Trump with his own spicy comments.

For some Trump supporters, the president can do no wrong.

'Oh hey guys, what's up?

Late-night rivals Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon put their competition aside Tuesday to respond to President Donald Trump's rant against them in a rare crossover sketch. "Go Trump! We're with you all the way", said one, while another weighed in with, "Trump just keeps winning - get over it".

"Red Hen?" Fallon suggested, naming the restaurant that White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was dining at last week when she was asked to leave. "I mean honestly are these people amusing?" I can laugh at myself, frankly, if I couldn't I'd be in big trouble.

'But there's no talent. They're not talented people. Colbert asks, and they joke about how they definitely didn't watch Trump's rally, where he apparently said some bad stuff about them. "I don't have his number, I don't want his number", Fallon said during the show.

'If it's not your hair, do not run for office folks, don't run. "This guy on CBS has no talent".