The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
Consequences of the Congressional Override
Season 22 • 10/03/2016
Roy Wood Jr. tries to use Congress's veto override to sue other countries for slavery.
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Consequences of the Congressional OverrideThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
After Congress votes to give American families the right to sue foreign nations for terrorism, Roy Wood Jr. announces his plan to settle up on slavery.
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