Ahead of Sunday’s 2017 premiere of Last Week Tonight, John Oliver stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert this week to talk about the state of the U.S. over the past few months, of course centering around the Donald Trump presidency.

Colbert kicked off the sit-down by jokingly insisting that “not a lot has happened” since Oliver was last on the air, as talk then surrounded Steve Bannon and Betsy DeVos, as well as other aspects of Trump’s reign.

The Last Week Tonight host commented that people are still “feeling viscerally repelled” by the president’s actions, then adding, “It’s exhausting. It feels like his Inauguration Day was 114 years ago.”

The conversation between Oliver and Colbert ultimately concluded with a discussion on Trump’s immigration ban.

“I am slightly concerned. I have an American wife and an American son now, but who knows what’s enough?” Oliver asked. “Having a green card used to be enough, and yet what we saw with that executive order on immigration, that debacle, things are not what they were supposed to be.”

To dive into their entire sit-down, press play above.

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