With the second Democratic debate airing Saturday night on CBS, “The Late Show” host Stephen Colbert chats with John Dickerson, the debate moderator and “Face the Nation” host, about what kind of questions Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley will be asked, especially considering that Twitter users will be able to participate.

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“How many of the millions of Twitter questions will you be able to use during the actual debate?” Colbert asks.

“It depends,” Dickerson says. “If they’re really good, we’ll use them. If they’re not so good, we’ll maybe use them afterward.”

“As … kindling?” Colbert quips.

Watch the full clip below. And with the “Babies for Bernie” campaign heating up, don’t miss Colbert’s spot-on and decidedly odd impression of Bernie Sanders as a baby.

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