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James Corden Tells 60 Minutes that the Trump Administration "isn't even politics"


James Corden said for 60 minutes that the Trump administration is "not even politics" and that he regards the current US political landscape as "good versus evil".

The host of the Late Late Show slammed the US president in an interview with CBS News and described the state of American politics as the difference between "right and wrong".

In September, Trump fired tweets fueling a conspiracy theory that President-elect Joe Biden read his responses from a teleprompter during an interview with James Corden in April – even after the show's producer debunked the claim.

James Corden said for 60 minutes that the Trump administration is "not even politics" and that he sees it as "good versus evil".

The host of the Late Late Show slammed the US president in an interview with CBS News, describing the current state of politics as

The host of the Late Late Show slammed the US president in an interview with CBS News and described the current state of politics as "right and wrong".

James Corden said he doesn't view the Trump administration as political over time. Pictured: Trump on Thanksgiving on November 26th in Washington DC

James Corden said he doesn't view the Trump administration as political over time. Pictured: Trump on Thanksgiving on November 26th in Washington DC

Speaking to CBS host Bill Whitaker, 42-year-old Corden said, “I'll say that for the time we've lived under this administration, I don't even consider it politics.

“I think it's right and wrong. I think it's good versus bad. & # 39;

He continued, “We are more than comfortable talking about anything. We also feel like an entertainment show.

“Our main concern is to somehow make you laugh. That's exactly what we love. And … I really won't stop at anything to try. It can't always work. But I'll do my best you know & # 39;

Corden also spoke openly about how he had been bullied at school in the UK for his weight.

Corden also spoke openly about how he had been bullied at school in the UK for his weight.

Corden also spoke openly about how he had been bullied at school in the UK for his weight.

He revealed that he used comedy and his humor to fight bullying.

The comedian, who grew up in Hillingdon, near London, said: “I don't look back on my school days.

“I was bullied because the truth is that I'm so tall that all this false trust is probably coming from. It was all a defense mechanism, I'll be the biggest target in the room.

& # 39; Bullies don't like that. For bullies, trust is like kryptonite.

Corden, who has hosted the Late Late Show since 2015, delivers the show during the coronavirus pandemic – and films it under strict Covid-19 protocols.

He revealed that it changed everything about how they perform and deliver the show.

For years Corden has invited numerous celebrities - from Adele to Harry Styles - to take part in the carpool karaoke with him in his car. The star said the nice thing about it is that you get an unusual "intimacy" with the celebrity guests.

For years Corden has invited numerous celebrities – from Adele to Harry Styles – to take part in the carpool karaoke with him in his car. The star said the nice thing about it is that you get an unusual "intimacy" with the celebrity guests.

Corden hosted the Late Late Show during the coronavirus pandemic - and is filming it under strict Covid-19 protocols.

Corden hosted the Late Late Show during the coronavirus pandemic – and is filming it under strict Covid-19 protocols.

He said, “We like to think it's about scaling, sizing, and leaving the studio, running into the streets and shooting big sketches, big numbers and big ambitions. And obviously these things are very difficult right now.

& # 39; Without an audience and with fewer guests on the couch, Corden is more than finished. He's doing the show from his garage first and now he's back in the studio. He plays lightly with his band and on this occasion with this reporter, about the process, the warts and everything. & # 39;

For years Corden has invited numerous celebrities – from Adele to Harry Styles – to take part in the carpool karaoke with him in his car.

The star said the nice thing about it is that you get an unusual "intimacy" with the celebrity guests.

He said, & # 39; The core of it really isn't the songs. The core of this is the intimacy of the interview. That these are some of the most famous people on planet earth.

"You know, the greatest singers in the world and they are in an environment that is completely humanized."

When asked if he has a favorite interview at the Kareoke Carpool, Corden revealed, “Well there are so many. I mean, doing it with Paul McCartney will probably do something for me personally. It was just a day I'll never forget. & # 39;