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With Donald Trump's presidential bid generating news as well as comedy gold, Stephen Colbert is itching to get his share of the laughs once he returns to the air Sept. 8 as host of CBS' "The Late Show".Like Stephen Colbert – the right-wing blowhard he played for 11 years on "The Colbert Report" – the real-life Stephen Colbert is afraid of bears.Colbert and his staff moved into the offices above Manhattan's Ed Sullivan Theater – former home of David Letterman and his "Late Show" – only last week, and the set is under construction now.During a recent conversation with Letterman that Colbert characterized as candid and warm, he asked Dave if there's anything about his own tenure he would have changed.Colbert said he likes his soon-to-be-rival, Jimmy Fallon, and admires Fallon's "Tonight Show".
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