"You are poor. He's fighting for me'".
Equanimity is the third in Chappelle's Netflix series and will be available in the United States from 31 December.
"We've got a lot of trouble out of them", Chappelle told the audience during his stand-up routine. The 44-year-old also talked about meeting "poor whites" waiting to cast their vote for Trump during the presidential election.
"I'm standing there, thinking in my mind, 'You dumb motherf**ker".
Are you guys excited to see more of Chappelle? You can check out the teaser videos for both comedy specials in the player below. I didn't see one deplorable face in that group.
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Chappelle went on to say that the Trump supporters he met seemed like "decent folk" but that he "felt sorry for them".
In the segment of his soon-to-be-released comedy special, Equanimity, Dave said that he has never had a problem with white people in his life, but poor ones are his "least favorite".
Earlier this year, Chappelle expressed regret over remarks he made while hosting the first "Saturday Night Live" after the 2016 White House race, in which he asked the country to give Trump a chance.
Colbert then asked how the comedian felt about Trump now, but instead of giving his own personal thoughts on the president, Chappelle said the public is now "getting an education (on) the presidency".
Chappelle's net worth is estimated to be over $40 million and he was reportedly paid $60 million by Netflix for his three specials.