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Damn. I'm going to miss Jon Stewart. So much. This clip is mostly about Christie's announcement, after a long lead-up in which he dispatches with several of the other candidates. But if you have to skip to the Christie part, start at 4:30. But really, don't. Brief ad. Just deal.
Jon Stewart got in his licks about Donald Trump on Thursday’s installment of Comedy Central’s “Daily Show,” the final episode of the program before it goes on hiatus. During the segment he highlighted one of Trump’s statements as a possible...
Donald Trump's going-away gift to Jon Stewart is Donald Trump With only about a month left in The Daily Show hosting chair, Stewart is basking in Trump's 2016 presidential run. As Stewart points out, Trump has provided an endless supply of gold-plated word vomit for the comedian to poke fun at for years. Show More Summary
Donald Trump has found himself in the center of controversy since he first announced his bid for presidency, and Jon Stewart is having a field day. On Thursday night's show, "The Daily Show" host told viewers he wanted to thank one person...Show More Summary
Hearts broke around the world when Jon Stewart announced earlier this year that he would be leaving his post at The Daily Show in August. His monumental 16-year tenure has been a game-changer for the face of political satire, so it's only fitting that the show pay tribute to its departing host... Show More Summary
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The Daily Show's Jon Stewart got one last shot in at GOP presidential clown car member Donald Trump before taking a two week break for the summer. Stewart has already been having a field day with Trump all week, and wasn't about to let...Show More Summary
While Daily Show host Jon Stewart lost his patience on Thursday with Republicans — and especially Sen. Ted Cruz — for downplaying Donald Trump’s remarks denigrating undocumented immigrants, he did thank Trump for giving him enough material to carry the show until the end of his...
For this week's installment of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Jerry Seinfeld has a play date with Trevor Noah. The young, new Daily Show host bounces all over the place, talking about his rise to stardom, what comedy was like in South Africa (including incidents involving heckling and blatant racism),... More »
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“Let’s talk about when you became new host of The Daily Show,” Jerry Seinfeld says to Trevor Noah on this week's episode of Crackle’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. As Seinfeld and Jon Stewart’s replacement cruise the streets ofShow More Summary
There are now eighteen people running for President. On last night's Daily Show, it was time for Democalypse 2016. Or, "15 pounds of sht in a 5 pound bag," as Stewart terms our great electoral process. The election is still a year and a half away, but the candidates are stacking up. Show More Summary
Liberal New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand sat down for a friendly interview with Daily Show host Jon Stewart on Wednesday night and the two eagerly took turns bashing Republican members of Congress for being “cynical” for disagreeing with liberal policy positions.
There's one reason and one reason only why New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie won't win the Republican presidential primary, according to Jon Stewart. On Wednesday night's "Daily Show," he explained that it's not any of the scandals that...Show More Summary
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart took another look at the sad state of affairs that is the 2016 GOP clown car and its 17 occupants, starting with Ted Cruz's pathetic attempt at pandering to the youth vote with his extremely creepy Simpsons'...Show More Summary
Jon Stewart ridiculed Chris Christie’s presidential ambitions on Wednesday’s Daily Show, saying that the New Jersey governor had not only done the unthinkable within his party, but lost his place as the GOP’s resident self-proclaimed “truth-teller.” “How far must...
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Jon Hamm: he's the guy who bought the world a Coke, and also the only other person on TV who spells "Jon" correctly. That other properly-spelled Jon is "The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart, who was graced by Hamm's presence on Tuesday night. Show More Summary