"The Stormy Daniels story just won't go away, no matter how many photos of her bustline Anderson Cooper slowly zooms in on every night," Stephen Colbert said on Wednesday's Late Show. "They've actually renamed his show Anderson Cooper 36DD." He reminded everyone that Daniels was paid $130,000 to sign a nondisclosure agreement just days before the election, keeping her silent about her alleged affair with President Trump. Colbert found this plausible in part because Trump has made his senior staff sign nondisclosure agreements, too. "Now this is troubling in two ways," he said. "One, that's totally illegal — government officials work for us, not Trump; he can't make them sign NDAs. And two, it really makes me think Trump has had sex with his entire staff."
Still, given Trump's love of NDAs, it's hardly surprising that six other women have apparently approached Daniels' lawyer, Michael Avenatti, to say they have similar stories about Trump. "Yes, and they've all been compiled in the new book Six Shades of Hulnh," Colbert joked, making a gagging sound. Avenatti says he has proof that Daniels was physically threatened to stay silent about her relationship with Trump, and that she'll likely discuss it in her 60 Minutes interview airing Sunday. Colbert ended with a modified Atticus Finch monologue that Harper Lee might not approve of. Watch below. Peter Weber