Following a week-long vacation, Stephen Colbert returned this week to host "The Late Show" on CBS. After making his way back on Monday, the host continued to rip into Donald Trump and the drama surrounding his administration on Tuesday night.

Colbert on Trump

Over the last two years, Donald Trump has become a prime target for comedians. The former host of "The Apprentice" has changed the direction of American politics with his controversial rhetoric, unorthodox communication skills, and question policy proposals. Though Trump was able to become successful, ending in a general election victory over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton last November, he's also been the butt of a joke on a nightly basis.

The cast and crew on "Saturday Night Live" have made an almost weekly routine of mocking Trump, with veteran actor Alec Baldwin taking on the role of the president. Others like Rosie O'Donnell, George Takei, and Bill Maher have made their opinions heard. One person who has amped up his criticism of Trump has been Stephen Colbert, who took the time during his June 6 show to troll the president over the latest controversy surrounding Russia and an NSA leaker.

As part of his opening monologue on Tuesday night, host of "The Late Show" Stephen Colbert dedicated much of his time to Donald Trump, specifically focusing on the recent arrest of Reality Winner, a former government agent who has been accused of leaking government information regarding the Russian military intelligence cyber-attack in 2016.

"Who really knows who won November 8 (election) now?" Colbert said, before adding, "I mean, other than Vladimir Putin."

"I'm a little rusty on my Constitution, but I guess that election?" Stephen Colbert said to the cheers of the audience.

After Colbert took time to mock the Republican primary of 2016, most notably Jeb Bush, the host then brought up the aforementioned arrest of the NSA leaker.

"All along Donald Trump has said that the entire Russia story is fake news and that there is no way to know if this document that was released was real," Stephen Colbert noted, before saying, "other than the fact that the leaker was immediately arrested." "The leaker's name is 'Reality Winner,' this is true, so it's official, the Trump administration is at war with reality," he concluded.

Next up

While comedians and critics continue to have fun and hit back at Donald Trump and the administration, the president has more important things to worry about. On Thursday, recently fired FBI Director James Comey will be testifying in Congress in regards to the Russian investigation, where Trump is expected to be live tweeting his thoughts on what takes place.