Stephen Colbert mocked Fox News analyst Brit Hume for his criticism of the first night of the Democratic national convention on Wednesday's "Colbert Nation."
Colbert kicked off his show with Hume's critique of the noise in the convention hall on Wednesday night. "The sound from the floor and the platform is absolutely deafening," Hume pointed out. "A small thing but a suggestion that they don't quite have their act together."
"Clearly," Colbert jokingly agreed on Wednesday. He said that the first night of the DNC was "beset with technical difficulties" and a "constant buzzing roar," otherwise known as applause.
He replayed a clip of delegates cheering the speakers. "What was that?" Colbert asked. "You could barely hear the speeches. They didn't have that problem at the Republican convention, I'll tell ya."