The day Donald Trump fired campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, saying he was taking the campaign in a different direction,  CBS late-night host Stephen Colbert pondered what is going on, which sitcom star would make the best Trump surrogate when it comes to explaining the candidate’s positions on Obama and that wall, and introduced The Trump Bump. News outlets report Trump’s children convinced Dad to eject Lewandowski, who had been with the campaign since Trump descended the Trump Tower escalator and began talking about The Wall and Mexican rapists in June of 2015.

Last week, Colbert diagrammed Trump’s statement on Obama in the wake of the Orlando nightclub murder of 49, and discovered a swastika.