Stephen Colbert kicked off his show last night with the most important piece of news: Beyonce's pregnancy announcement—"She dropped the knowledge today with this photo on Instagram showing us her baby bump at what appears to be a very open-minded Sears portrait studio." Unfortunately, he then had to move on to another prominent person of color, Donald Trump ("He's a rainbow coalition from the neck up"): "What better way to celebrate Black History Month than to have African-Americans listen to a rich white guy complain that the world is unfair to him?" Watch below as Trump names black people he's heard of.

Over at Late Night with Seth Meyers, writer Amber Ruffin literally read between the lines of Trump's Tuesday speech, which mostly dealt with some petty grievances. Somehow, she was able to laugh through the president's profound ignorance: "Here we learn he likes Frederick Douglass so much he thinks he's still alive. I think that's great!"

Meyers also had a few things to say about Trump's Supreme Court pick, Neil Gorsuch, who "looks like the silhouette Facebook gives you when you don’t have a profile picture yet." He also had choice words about the manner in which Trump made the announcement: "Americans only like reality shows because they have nothing to do with reality," he said. "No one would enjoy The Bachelor if it had real world consequences. 'If he gives her the rose, abortions will be illegal!'"

And Trevor Noah covered the Black History Month speech as well, though he's not entirely sure if Trump can tell the difference between a bust of Martin Luther King Jr. and Barack Obama.