The Daily Show With Trevor Noah brought its show to Chicago this week and they quickly turned the heat on Donald Trump's comments concerning the murder rate in Chicago.
On "The Daily Show With Trevor Noah," the host couldn’t help but laugh at an epic brawl that broke out in Uganda's parliament.
On "The Daily Show With Trevor Noah," Noah took a few punches at Donald Trump, who has always been insistent that he has never had any connections to Russia — but Felix Sater's email suggests otherwise.
On “The Daily Show With Trevor Noah,” Trevor Noah took a few swings at Donald Trump for pardoning former Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Arizona, who is a strong opponent of illegal immigration.
Donald Trump’s latest tweetstorm calling for the ban on transgender people in the military was the topic of discussion on “The Daily Show,” which had two transgender veteran guests.
On "The Daily Show," Trevor Noah has something to say about Ann Coulter’s Twitter rant shaming Delta Air Lines for moving her from an aisle to a window seat.
Stephen Colbert of "The Late Show" and Trevor Noah of "The Daily Show" ripped into Donald Trump Jr. for his part in the email scandal that just broke.
You can count on Trevor Noah to bring the funny every night on The Daily Show. Noah has lived in the United States for only the past six years, and he shared his surprising experiences with law enforcement during his short time in the country. Adding a moment of levity to the serious discussion, Noah recalled, “I’ve been stopped in a Tesla.
It was a historic day Thursday as James Comey testified before the Senate intelligence committee on the Trump-Flynn-Russia saga. Late night hosts couldn’t help but notice just how little he actually said about Russia. Trevor Noah on The Daily Show compared it to a clean version of a hip-hop song with all the good stuff being erased. Meanwhile, Stephen Colbert of The Late Show jumped right into interrogating Comey himself in a bit in which he “asked” the former FBI director if there was any evidence that President Trump colluded with Russia. ...
Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris climate pact was a hot topic on “The Daily Show,” with jokes from Trevor Noah and pointed remarks from Al Franken.
While savaging Trump’s firing of FBI director James Comey and Trump’s health care bill, Colbert and his guests — Jon Stewart, John Oliver, Samantha Bee, Rob Corddry, and Ed Helms — sat around swapping war stories.
On Tuesday night, Stephen Colbert is going to celebrate his 20th year in late-night television, and he plans to turn The Late Show into a reunion of The Daily Show: Jon Stewart, Samantha Bee, John Oliver, Ed Helms, and Rob Corddry are scheduled to appear. The present-day atmosphere is too grim to allow Colbert to simply hug some old friends and pat himself on the back for surviving (and thriving) for two decades of topical TV.
The man who’s been chosen to host the president-free White House Correspondents’ dinner will have to make his jokes somewhat president-free as well.
“I read President Trump’s approval rating dropped and is now at just 35 percent,” Jimmy quipped on “The Late Show.” “Or as Trump calls it, 20 under par.”
Some saw the commercial as trivializing and attempting to monetize protests and social injustice. And naturally, late night shows had a field day.
On Monday night, Jennifer Lopez made her first visit to The Daily Show since Trevor Noah took the reins. Lopez said, “I started riding the subway when it was 50 cents, it went to 75, maybe, the last time, it was like … $1.75?” When Noah told her the subway now costs $2.75, Lopez was visibly embarrassed.
On "The Daily Show," Obama reminds Noah that the investigation into the Russia's election interference has been going on since the DNC was initially hacked.
Trevor Noah, host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, appeared on Watch What Happens Live and defended himself for not being very hard on conservative commentator Tomi Lauren when she appeared on the show on Nov. 30. Fans of the show are upset with Noah, who was visibly frustrated during the interview at Lahren’s inability, or unwillingness, to answer his questions, but he showed respect for his guest and let her speak her mind. Noah thought it was important to have a civilized conversation with someone who is on the opposite end of the political spectrum.
The Daily Show took on Donald Trump’s now infamous Access Hollywood video from 2005. “There is a big difference between saying dirty words and glorifying nonconsensual sexual contact,” said Noah. Noah then asked the viewers, “Which is worse?” Obviously they are both bad but the first is an assault and the second is someone being crass.
"The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" and "The Daily Show With Trevor Noah" went live after Tuesday night’s vice presidential debate, and a consensus was reached: It was “so fuzzing boring” (Colbert, paraphrasing Tim Kaine’s odd adjective) and “boring as hell” (Noah). Colbert added that the debate between Sen. Tim Kaine and Gov. Mike Pence “was like a loaf of white bread pistol-whipping a jar of mayonnaise."
President Bill Clinton was Trevor Noah’s guest on The Daily Show Thursday and talked about many of the most important issues facing Americans in this election season. At the end of their interview, Noah wanted to thank Clinton so he got him another balloon drop. As you may recall, our former President was delighted by the one at the end of the 2016 Democratic National Convention.