This was definitely a bad week for Donald Trump and his fellow sycophants. The Daily Show host, Trevor Noah sums up the week.
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May 31 2020
This is not so much a rant as it is a thoughtful look at societies response to racism and police brutality. Trevor shares his thoughts on the killing of George Floyd, the protests in Minneapolis, the dominoes of racial injustice and police brutality, and how the contract between society and black Americans has been broken …
Aug 01 2017
On Sunday night, John Oliver, host of HBO’s “Last Week Tonight,” returned with a tribute to Anthony “Mooch” Scaramucci, the newly appointed White House communications director. Little did he know that in less than 24 hours “Mooch” would be gone, relegated to the trash bin of discarded White House staffers. The “mourning” began shortly after …
Jan 15 2017
The revelation this week from an unconfirmed dossier that appeared in the online news outlet, Buzzfeed, that the thin skinned orange bigot who is about to occupy the White House did something rather kinky during his stay in Moscow a few years ago. Needless to say, the cable and late night talk show hosts ran …
Oct 05 2016
Never mind the print media’s and talking head take on last night’s brawl debate between the vice presidential candidates Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) and Governor Mike Pence (R-IN). Yes, Sen. Kaine was scrappy and rude but it’s hard not to be when your opponent is a creepy zombie repeating lies and denying the fact that …
Mar 15 2016
The Nightly Show’s Trevor Noah and Charles Pierce of Esquire Politics have some really good advice for the protesters at Trump rallies: Stay Out Of The Building. As Uncle Charlie says: Don’t become part of the show. Stop being played for such suckers. Stop enlisting yourself in his bloody vaudeville. Stop giving him stuff to …
Jan 25 2015
Trevor Noah, one of the newest correspondents on “The Daily Show,” hails from South Africa.
As a South African now living in the U.S., he wants to set the record straight about Africa.
Noah invited his new boss and their viewers to see a different side of Africa by playing a game.
Between rampant racial inequality and Ebola outbreaks, South African comedian Trevor Noah admits he hesitated to visit a country as underdeveloped as America.