Stephen Colbert Raised $1 Million For Charity With A Book Made Entirely Of Quotations From Donald Trump

Date December 10, 2018 11:35

A lot of wealthy people are actively involved in charity work, as they are willing to help others and to contribute to the process of improving someone’s life.

And for some rich and influential people, big money is considered a small amount. That is when others may urge them to donate. This is exactly what happened when Stephen Colbert challenged Donald Trump to donate $1 million to charity.

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Stephen Colbert once asked Donald Trump to prove that $1 million is not a big sum during The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. It happened right after he played a video in which the US President shared that his father once gave him a small loan of $1 million. Later, the then-candidate explained that he considers this amount not big if it's compared with the business he created throughout these years.

But Stephen Colbert proved he is able to raise funds all by himself. He managed to raise $1 million for charity with a book made entirely of quotations from Donald Trump. During the The Late Show With Stephen Colbert he revealed that the book, Whose Boat Is This Boat? Comments That Don’t Help in the Aftermath of a Hurricane, reached a milestone and raised $1 million with the help of people buying it.

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Stephen Colbert did a great job, showing that real actions are far more important than words. And that's what's necessary to help those in need.

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