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The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
Originally posted 07/22/2016 12:15PM
Reflecting on the commentary offered during the week's four-day Republican National Convention, Stewart attacked conservative pundits, saying that "those fighting to be included in the ideal of equality are not being divisive – those fighting to keep those people out are."
Originally posted 12/08/2015 10:45AM
The 53-year-old paid a visit to his old Comedy Central stomping ground on Monday to bring attention to an issue he said he cares about very deeply.
Donning a gray T-shirt and his ever-growing scruffy beard, Stewart blasted Congress for not automatically renewing the Zadroga 9/11 Health & Compensation Act, a now-expired bill providing healthcare to first responders who worked at the site of the World Trade Center after the Sept. 11 attacks.
"I want to get some attention paid to it, but I was realizing that I don't have a show and nobody gives a s--- anymore," he told host Trevor Noah.
Originally posted 10/19/2015 12:55PM
"So I grew a beard because everybody who quits a talk show grows a beard," Stewart, 52, said during a stand-up gig at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, according to Politico.
Trevor Noah Delivers Tribute to Jon Stewart and Gets a Kevin Hart Welcome Gift on The Daily Show Premiere
Originally posted 09/29/2015 12:30AM
"I can only assume this is as strange for you as it is for me," the new The Daily Show host told his audience at the top of Monday's premiere.
Originally posted 09/28/2015 05:55PM
When Trevor Noah makes his highly anticipated debut as host of The Daily Show on Monday night, the 31-year-old has the seemingly impossible task of earning the trust of the series' dedicated fans following Jon Stewart's 16-year tenure at the desk.
Since Noah appeared just three times as a Daily Show correspondent before Comedy Central announced his promotion, we've picked five things about the fake newsman that will make you confident in his anchor abilities.
Originally posted 09/28/2015 03:35PM
As Trevor Noah prepares to take over Jon Stewart's seat as a the new host of The Daily Show on Monday night, he tells PEOPLE he's always known he enjoyed making people laugh.
"I've always loved it. Because I grew up as an outsider, I always knew that that's the one thing that bridged the gap," Noah says. "If you laugh with somebody, then you know you share something. Even if you look at a person and go, 'I'm totally different' – you can laugh together. You realize you share way more than you did."
The comedian, who hails from South Africa, says he always relied on comedy to find his way in the world – and, eventually, his home on Comedy Central.
"It was very organic. The way [Jon and I] met, the way we started working together, we found common ground," Noah said of Stewart who departed the show in August after more than 16 years. "Here's a guy who grew up in Jersey on the other side of the world. Here's a kid who grew in Soweto, and yet we see eye to eye on many issues."
Jon Stewart Will Leave Earth in a Rocket if Donald Trump Is Elected President: 'Clearly This Planet's Gone Bonkers'
Originally posted 09/21/2015 09:30AM
Jon Stewart has no regrets about bowing out of political satire – despite Donald Trump's headline-grabbing run for president.
Emmys 2015: Jon Stewart Jokes 'You Will Never Have to See Me Again' After Daily Show Wins Outstanding Variety Talk Series
Originally posted 09/20/2015 10:50PM
The Emmys have spoken, and Jon Stewart's The Daily Show has been named the best outstanding variety talk series of 2015 after signing off for good last month.
Originally posted 08/24/2015 12:55PM
From behind the desk of The Daily Show ... to wielding a chair in the WWE ring!
Originally posted 08/22/2015 02:20AM
The people have spoken – and they want Jon Stewart.
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