The panelists discuss the mixed bag of contenders vying for the GOP presidential nomination.
Trevor suggests a way to keep the media accountable for their bad election predictions.
After the Iowa caucuses, Ben Carson and Donald Trump accuse Ted Cruz of playing dirty politics.
The panelists talk about Hillary Clinton's Iowa caucus victory and the creepiness of Ted Cruz.
Hillary Clinton defeats Bernie Sanders at the Iowa caucus with the help of a tie-breaking coin toss.
Jordan Klepper explains why the real results of the Iowa caucuses aren't what they seem for the GOP.
Even though Bernie Sanders came in second in the Iowa caucuses, he may be the left's real winner.
Presidential candidates work overtime to endear themselves to voters at the Iowa caucus.
A Twitter user forces Larry to choose between two evils.
Ronny Chieng explains why the Iowa caucuses are important in the presidential election cycle.
Roy Wood Jr. reimagines a Bernie Sanders commercial for different constituents.
Donald Trump has a realization about his fans, and Barbara Bush half-heartedly defends Jeb Bush.
Bernie Sanders's soaring poll numbers could pose a threat to Hillary Clinton's White House bid.
The panelists weigh in on why young voters prefer Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton.
Larry enlists the help of a medium to explain Ted Cruz's sudden popularity among GOP voters.
Jordan Klepper breaks down why Iowa Republicans banned The Daily Show from a GOP gathering.
A GOP official in Iowa attempts to protect his state from ridicule by The Daily Show.
Intrepid reporter Holly Walker covers the Syrian refugee crisis from a random cornfield in Iowa.
Donald Trump invites kids into his private helicopter at the Iowa State Fair.
Presidential candidates flock to the Iowa State Fair in a self-conscious effort to seem normal.