Trevor Noah kicked off tonight's Daily Show by taking a look at all the "bigots and petty thugs" Donald Trump has surrounded himself with on the campaign trail.
John Oliver plays it off like an innocent attempt to fill in some cicadas on what they missed during their incredibly long gestation, but we know what's really going on here! We can see through the lies! Sure, this year's batch of emerging cicadas comes from 1999, but you know what else started in 1999? Jon Stewart's run on The Daily Show. Wake up, sheeple!
During this election cycle, The Daily Show has come under some fire for their failure to destroy Donald Trump—which seems like an unfair request of a comedy news program, but it's not like the GOP is going to do it—but this rap cobbled together from Trump's inane and offensive ranting may be their best outing yet. Show More Summary
The Black Trump rap song from Thursday night’s The Daily Show with Trevor Noah was a hit, and Comedy Central has made the video available online. While Donald Trump is likely focused on the protesters in California, Daily Show contributor Roy Wood Jr. Show More Summary
The former speaker of the United States House of Representatives, John Boehner, turned Gothic for a moment in calling Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz "Lucifer in the flesh". The Daily Show took this idea and added to it some strange...
Some people say he’s very, very, very intelligent
It was a rapper's delight from Lin-Manuel Miranda on "Last Week Tonight" to Roy Wood Jr. on "The Daily Show."
"The Daily Show" correspondent Roy Wood Jr. reprised his "Black Trump" impression in a rap music video called "They Love Me," to show just how much Donald Trump comes off more like a rapper than a US president. The rap comes amid growing...Show More Summary
On Thursday's Daily Show, host Trevor Noah and "Senior Trump Analyst" Roy Wood Jr. made an observation that's so obvious and accurate that it makes everyone else look a little dumb for not jumping on it last summer, when the presumptive...Show More Summary
If there’s one reason to watch The Daily Show, it’s to see correspondent Roy Wood Jr. in action. And on Thursday, Wood once again ethered Donald Trump.
Donald Trump’s outrageous soundbites and shocking tweets have been fodder for pundits throughout the 2016 election, but now The Daily Show has elevated Trumpisms to an art form. Correspondent Roy Wood Jr. reprises his role as “BlackShow More Summary
Donald Trump may never be America's most likable candidate, but he will always be our most quotable. So The Daily Show decided to combine all of Trump's best quotes and put them in one hip-hop parody video. It's a perfect medium forShow More Summary
"He brags about his money, he's disrespectful to women and there's always fights at his concerts"
Correspondent Roy Wood Jr. reprised his alter ego 'Black Trump' on Thursday's episode.
And an appearance by a DAILY SHOW alum.
Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood Jr. unleashed maybe the perfect Donald Trump rap video on Thursday — using the Republican front-runner’s own words against him. “They Love Me” features Wood dressed up as “Black Trump” alongside hypeman Jordan Klepper, but the...
This new hip-hop video from The Daily Show is proof that the GOP frontrunner is essentially a rapper.
After 7 months at the helm, 'Daily Show' host Trevor Noah is still receiving mixed reviews and mediocre ratings.
We were all lightly bummed when we found out Michael Strahan is leaving Live With Kelly and Michael for Good Morning America, and slightly more so when we found out the charismatic banter he had been sharing with Kelly Ripa lo these many years might not be born of a deep ... More »
There are plenty of shows, from The Fosters to Jane the Virgin to Black-ish, that feature honest, warm, loving families. Believe it or not, The Detour is one of them. Created by real-life couple and Daily Show alumni Jason Jones and Samantha Bee, the TBS sitcom is one of the strongest new shows of the year, a […]