Hasan Minhaj assures Trevor that Jeb Bush is doing OK, despite his futile presidential bid.
The panelists discuss perceptions of stay-at-home dads and double standards against ambitious women.
The comics watch Martin O'Malley sing Taylor Swift and listen to an excerpt from Jim Webb's book.
Donald Trump spars with Jeb Bush about George W. Bush's failure to prevent the 9/11 attacks.
Presidential contenders Donald Trump and Jeb Bush start a Twitter war over the 9/11 attacks.
Jeb Bush rewrites history by implying that Hillary Clinton is responsible for the chaos in Iraq.
Jon demonstrates how a handful of voices can be used to impersonate almost anyone.
Presidential hopeful Jim Gilmore suffers from obscurity, and Donald Trump writes a bigoted tweet.
Fox News tries to call out Jon for being a liberal propagandist for the Obama administration.
President Obama adopts the relaxed demeanor of a man who no longer gives a f**k.
Jon answers audience questions about everything from his hosting duties to his love of hummus.
America learns the hard way that arming "the good guys" in the Middle East is never a good idea.
Jeb Bush faces tough questions about the link between ISIS, the Iraq War and his brother George.
Jeb Bush sidesteps his brother's legacy and avoids confirming that he's running for president.
Fox News pundits suggest that Michelle Obama is an ungrateful beneficiary of affirmative action.
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz endures an offensive interview about his Cuban heritage.
Judith Miller recounts her journalistic experience with Iraq and weapons of mass destruction.
Journalist Judith Miller debates with Jon about what forces led the U.S. into the Iraq War.
Journalist Judith Miller discusses the Iraq War and her memoir, "The Story: A Reporter's Journey."
Fox News and CNN each commemorate the 1965 Selma civil rights march in their signature styles.