Stephen Colbert mocks Marco Rubio campaign ad showing Vancouver (VIDEO)

Dec 19 2017, 8:18 pm

“It’s Morning Again In Canada.” Another late night comedian has poked fun at U.S. Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio’s patriotic commercial blunder.

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On Friday night, The Late Show host Stephen Colbert took aim at Rubio’s campaign commercial that began with a shot of Vancouver’s skyline and harbour at sunrise. The ad, dubbed “Morning in America” by the campaign team, is an attempt to imitate the theme from Ronald Reagan’s 1984 re-election campaign.

“It turns out that skyline is Vancouver, and that American tugboat of optimism has a Canadian flag on the back,” said Colbert, before unleashing a deluge of Canadian stereotypes. “Maybe it’s trying to tug Vancouver into the United States.”

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Earlier in the week, Jimmy Fallon of The Tonight Show also mocked Rubio’s use of Vancouver stock footage.

Here’s the complete The Late Show With Stephen Colbert segment:

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Marco Rubio’s original ad with the Vancouver skyline:

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