MILO Confronts the Panel | Overtime with Bill Maher (HBO) If Jimmy Carter is our best ex-President… Larry Wilmore is our best ex-talk show host. I’m a fan of Jon Stewart but I rarely watched the “Daily Show.” However I’m addicted to John Oliver’s “Last Week Tonight,” wherein the British comedian speaks truth to power […]
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Jon Stewart's NEVER been confused for a Donald Trump supporter, but he strongly believes the media should show up for the President's first White House Correspondents' Dinner. It's become a big thing -- some reporters are pulling out of the annual…
Host of The Daily Show Trevor Noah seems hell-bent on pushing his progressive agenda at the expense of viewers who have an actual sense of humor. While former host Jon Stewart was also openly progressive, these days the show is altogether devoid of good-natured joking with Noah at the helm. Show More Summary
Does it really matter what late-night television has to say about politics? NBC News thought so: Jon Stewart doesn’t need “The Daily Show” to do what he’s best known for: savagely skewering Washington’s politicos. The former TV host made a surprise appearance on Tuesday night’s “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” dressed up as President […]
Jon Stewart donned a serious wig while impersonating Donald Trump during his appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert this week. The 54-year-old former Daily Show host rarely does interviews anymore, but stopped by to talk to his old colleague about the current President. “I thought this is how men dress now,” Jon said. [...]
Trevor Noah is doing a splendid job replacing Jon Stewart on The Daily Show, but Stewart can’t really be replaced. The former Daily Show star on Tuesday reminded us why we miss him so much. Stewart was a guest of his former correspondent,...Show More Summary
Commentary: The comedian insists the president is exhausting the people by creating "savage, purposeful, vindictive chaos." He worries Trump will go full Palpatine.
... that when I said that might push people toward Trump, Meade said — quite seriously — that he believed they were secretly pro-Trump.I really don't know how "The Late Show" can have become this bad. Stewart's reliance on yelling, laughing...Show More Summary
The great Jon Stewart made a grand entrance onto The Late Show, where he reunited with former employee Stephen Colbert while wearing a very, very long red tie and some sort of small (hopefully faux) animal on his head. Stewart then took his seat and with a respectful nod to Johnny Carson’s Carnac, predicted the […]
Stephen Colbert topped early late-night ratings again Tuesday night, when Jon Stewart stopped by to read more executive orders from President Donald Trump. At 11:35 PM, CBS’ The Late Show With Stephen Colbert finished first in the 56 overnight metered markets with a 2.4/6. Show More Summary
Twenty Executive Orders in Ten Days. That's the USA Today Headline. He's done, right? No, there's more, says Jon Stewart -- as he reads off the list, "wearing a super long tie, and dead animal on head." Wait until you hear what Donald J. Trump's American "official language" is. You'll plotz!
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We could all use a laugh right now, and Jon Stewart, though retired from The Daily Show, is still here for us in our time of need. He dropped by The Late Show With Stephen Colbert to mock Donald Trump's rapid-fire, poorly-thought-out executive order governing style.
UPDATED with video, etc: Jon Stewart, making his first visit to Stephen Colbert’s Late Show since Donald Trump’s election, said he’d gotten his hands on some more of President Donald Trump executive orders, which he shared. After much build-up, Stewart got to his latest Late Show call to action, in which Donald J. Show More Summary
Just twelve days into the Trump administration, the president has already demonstrated a fondness for executive orders, issuing them to begin the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, reinstitute the anti-abortion “global gag rule,” and establishing a ban on immigrants from Muslim-majority countries, among others. Show More Summary
Onetime late-night talk fixture Jon Stewart returned to the daypart this week, appearing as a “friend of the show” on CBS’s “Late Show with Stephen Colbert” with a list of upcoming executive orders from Donald Trump. Here’s the clip...
"No one action will be adequate. All actions will be necessary," Jon Stewart says.
Late Show executive producer Jon Stewart likes to drop in to his friend (and former Daily Show colleague) Stephen Colbert's latest gig when he has something he needs to get off his chest. On Tuesday, Stewart felt compelled to talk about President Trump's first 11 days. Show More Summary