This week, Donald Trump rescinded protections for transgender students that had allowed them to use bathrooms of their own choice. Both Seth Meyers and Stephen Colbert came out with strong segments castigating Trump over his hypocrisy on the issue, with Colbert devoting the opening of Late Show to giving Trump the middle finger.

"Speaking of things getting worse... Donald Trump said transgender students can't use the bathrooms they want to use," Colbert said at the top of his monologue. "We should have seen this coming, because if there's one thing Trump is famous for, it's telling people where to pee." As for the administration's argument that this is strictly a legal concern, Colbert added, "Oh, grow a pair. Is there a more cowardly phrase than, 'this is a state's rights issue'?"

Colbert also responded to reports that Trump staffers show the news he consumes includes a steady stream of praise to stave off any Twitter tirades ("we do know he likes a steady stream") by airing his own "Real News Tonight" broadcast with all the news Trump really wants to hear.

Seth Meyers also attacked Trump over the transgender bathroom law changes: "First, you demonize Muslims, then immigrants, and now the transgender community," he said. "There's apparently this fear that transgender kids are using it as ruse to sneak into restrooms and grab people by the genitals, but if you're looking for the kind of person who would do that, you need to look no further than the Oval Office."

And in the "A Closer Look" segment, Meyers covered how Republicans have been handling—or not handling—heated town hall protests with angry constituents. "GOP town halls have gotten so rowdy that even just mentioning the name of the vice president will earn you a defining round of boos,” Meyers said. "You have to give it to Mike Pence. He’s the only guy who can get booed at a Broadway musical in Manhattan, a town hall in Utah and a minor league baseball game in his home state of Indiana."