In a comedy sketch that aired Tuesday night, “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert declared that “all of Kansas City is now in the state of Kansas.” Back in the two Kansas Citys, Mayors Sly James and Mark Holland debated the issue on Twitter.
In a comedy sketch that aired Tuesday night, “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert declared that “all of Kansas City is now in the state of Kansas.” Back in the two Kansas Citys, Mayors Sly James and Mark Holland debated the issue on Twitter. File photo by Jeffrey R. Staab The Associated Press
In a comedy sketch that aired Tuesday night, “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert declared that “all of Kansas City is now in the state of Kansas.” Back in the two Kansas Citys, Mayors Sly James and Mark Holland debated the issue on Twitter. File photo by Jeffrey R. Staab The Associated Press

Stephen Colbert declares ‘all of Kansas City is now in the state of Kansas’

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