The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
Fidel Castro: The Most Interesting Dictator in the World
Season 22 • 11/28/2016
After Fidel Castro dies, Trevor looks back at the fascinating escapades of the late Cuban dictator.
Wesley Lowery - Delving Deeper Into Police Violence with "They Can't Kill Us All"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
"They Can't Kill Us All" author Wesley Lowery discusses the database he set up to track police shootings and explains why protests against law enforcement have surged.
Trump Dumps the PressThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
A week after being elected president, Donald Trump breaks longstanding protocol by sneaking out of his New York City apartment without notifying his press pool.
Q-Tip - Tackling Exploitation with "We Got It From Here"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Rapper Q-Tip of A Tribe Called Quest expounds on the political message in the song "We the People…" from the group's final album, "We Got It From Here."
George Packer - Donald Trump's Path to VictoryThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
The New Yorker's George Packer gives his take on how President-elect Donald Trump managed to win the support of struggling working-class voters.
President Obama's Worldwide Farewell TourThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
President Obama makes his last official stop in Germany to meet with Chancellor Angela Merkel, who has expressed hesitation about working with President-elect Trump.
Team Trump's Proposed Muslim RegistryThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
As President-elect Trump's transition team mulls plans for a Muslim registry, Trevor and Jordan Klepper discuss ways to protest this civil rights concern.
Ryan Speedo Green - From a Troubled Childhood to the Opera in "Sing for Your Life"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Ryan Speedo Green, the subject of the Daniel Bergner-penned biography "Sing for Your Life," explains how his time in a juvenile detention center led to a career in the opera.
Fidel Castro DiesThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro's death prompts lively celebrations in the U.S., and nine days of mourning begin in his home country.
President-Elect Trump's Conflicts of InterestThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
As Donald Trump transitions into power, Trevor examines how the president-elect's business ventures pose conflicts of interests in the U.S. and abroad.
The Election Divide ContinuesThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Former Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein raises funds for several state recounts in the 2016 election, much to the chagrin of President-elect Trump.
Fidel Castro: The Most Interesting Dictator in the WorldThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Much like a certain beer spokesman, the late Cuban dictator Fidel Castro led a life second to none.
Mahershala Ali - Empathy for Flawed Characters in "Moonlight"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
"Moonlight" star Mahershala Ali talks about his childhood dream of becoming a professional bicycle racer and discusses the challenge of playing a wide range of characters.
Holocaust-Themed Ice Skating in RussiaThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
With anti-Semitism on the rise since the 2016 election, Adam Lowitt weighs in on a Russian ice skating competition that featured a performance inspired by the Holocaust.
Adapting to Donald Trump's LiesThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Even after Donald Trump's mendacious 2016 presidential campaign, the media is still grappling with how to report on the president-elect's blatant falsehoods.
Profiles in Tremendousness - Attorney General Nominee Jeff SessionsThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Jordan Klepper weighs in on President-elect Trump's attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions, who has a history of making racially charged remarks.
Tomi Lahren - Giving a Voice to Conservative America on "Tomi"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
"Tomi" host Tomi Lahren gives her take on the Black Lives Matter movement and explains why she lashed out against Colin Kaepernick for his national anthem protest.
Profiles in Tremendousness: Treasury Secretary Nominee Steve MnuchinThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
While treasury secretary nominee Steve Mnuchin may seem like a pragmatic choice for the Trump administration, Roy Wood Jr. believes his past movie investments say otherwise.
India's Unusual New PoliciesThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
India's prime minister bans large cash increments, and the country's supreme court announces that theaters will be required to play the national anthem before movies.
Chelsea Handler - Speaking Out for the Marginalized on "Chelsea"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Chelsea Handler makes a plea for women to support each other in the wake of the 2016 election and talks about standing up for subjugated groups on her show "Chelsea."
The Dakota Access Pipeline's Shady RerouteThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
As protests over the Dakota Access Pipeline continue, Trevor describes how the project had been rerouted to Native American lands to avoid a predominately white populace.
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