Watch: Colbert Takes Aim at Trump in ‘Usual Suspects’ Parody

'The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was...whatever Sean Spicer is saying.'

Stephen Colbert opened Wednesday’s The Late Show with a parody of the 1995 crime thriller The Usual Suspects. The late night host played the role of Kevin Spacey’s Verbal Kint, accusing Trump of having ties to Russia in conversation with Chazz Palminteri’s detective David Kujan.

The infamous scene where detective Kujan puts all the evidence together on the office notice board takes a comedic turn when he discovers that Trump is in cahoots with Russian president Vladimir Putin.