Wisconsin delegate plays Trump or False with Stephen Colbert

State Rep. Paul Tittl, R-Manitowoc, ran into late night host Stephen Colbert at his first Republican National Convention.

Courtesy Paul Tittl

CLEVELAND — Trump or false?

That was the question state Rep. Paul Tittl of Manitowoc was asked when he ran into late night talk show host Stephen Colbert during a Republican National Convention party Sunday night at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

Colbert was filming a segment for his show this week and Tittl, attending his first convention, was the first to volunteer.

Colbert read Tittl a statement and asked him to evaluate whether it was a real Donald Trump quotation or not. Tittl wrongly guessed it was not.

"It was dealing with the size of hands, but it wasn't about Marco Rubio (and was) a little more in depth than what I heard," Tittl said. "He even gave me an opportunity to to change my answer after I said false."

When Tittl told Colbert he was from Manitowoc, Colbert responded, "I got drunk so many times in Manitowoc."

Tittl figures he has a chance of his segment airing this week on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert because he was the only one Colbert gave an opportunity to change his answer.

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