With former FBI Director James Comey set to testify in front of Congress on Thursday, his opening statement was released to the public on Wednesday and revealed interesting and potentially damaging information about Donald Trump. In response, Stephen Colbert decided to have a little fun with the information in yet another shot at the president.

Colbert on Trump

In the five months that Donald Trump has been in office, he's been facing increased scrutiny over whether or not his campaign and administration are linked to Russia. As expected, the former host of "The Apprentice" continues to deny any wrongdoing, doubling down his denial dating back to the early days of the 2016 presidential election.

Last month, the scandal involving Russia got even more intense after Trump shocked many by firing James Comey as director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The move came off as a major surprise since Comey was the one who was leading the investigation into Russian election interference, which included their alleged role in aiding the Trump campaign. After much debate, Comey is set to appear in Congress on Thursday to testify in regards to the Russian investigation, with his opening statement being released early to the press. As seen during the June 7 edition of "The Late Show" on CBS, Stephen Colbert made sure to mock the president.

During his opening monologue on Wednesday night, "The Late Show" host Stephen Colbert highlighted the latest information about James Comey and his testimony.

"Comey first met with Trump on January 6 to let him know about so-called 'salacious intelligence,'" Colbert said, before mockingly referring to the "intelligence" as the "pee pee tape." "He agreed to the meeting alone to minimize the potential embarrassment of the president," he continued, while adding, "remember, this was back when we thought it was possible for him (Trump) to feel embarrassed."

"Comey writes that Trump said he had nothing to do with Russia, had not been involved with hookers in Russia," Stephen Colbert said using his "Trump" voice.

Colbert details the uncomfortable meeting that James Comey had with the president following the inauguration, with the host paraphrasing the former FBI director, saying, "It turned out to be just the two of them, seated at a small oval table." Colbert then highlighted Trump's reported attempt to get Comey to agree to "loyalty," before further trolling the commander in chief.

Moving forward

While Stephen Colbert and others poke fun at the upcoming James Comey testimony, it's expected that Donald Trump will be glued to the television. Recent reports suggest that the president is even thinking about live-tweeting during the testimony in what could only be an attempt to defend himself.