The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
Black Eye on America - The Struggles of African-American Journalists
Season 22 E 12 • 10/20/2016
Roy Wood Jr. salutes black pundits who keep their cool while tackling racially sensitive stories.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E10Uzo Aduba - Telling Untold Stories in "American Pastoral"
Uzo Aduba explains why she was drawn to the 1960s period film "American Pastoral" and talks about challenging mental health stigmas through her show "Orange Is the New Black."
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E10More WikiLeaks Revelations About Hillary Clinton
WikiLeaks shares its latest data dump on Hillary Clinton, but the site exposes little wrongdoing in the presidential hopeful's campaign emails and Wall Street speeches.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E10Donald Trump Tries to Appeal to Black Children
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump makes not-so-great strides in his effort to appeal to African-American youths.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E10Melania Trump Addresses Pussygate
In interviews with CNN and Fox News, Melania Trump responds to the "Access Hollywood" tape that reveals her husband Donald Trump boasting about sexual assault.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E11Matt Taibbi - Trumpism and the Future of American Politics
Rolling Stone reporter Matt Taibbi discusses the final presidential debate of 2016 and argues that Donald Trump's influence on politics will last long after the election.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E11Getting Out the Undecided Black Youth Vote
Roy Wood Jr. finds out why some African-American millennial voters are unenthusiastic about presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E11The Final Clinton vs. Trump Debate
During the final presidential debate of 2016, Donald Trump denies being a "puppet" for Vladimir Putin, and Hillary Clinton tries to discredit WikiLeaks revelations.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E12Mike Colter - How Marvel Modernized "Luke Cage"
Mike Colter, star of "Marvel's Luke Cage," talks about his role in the updated superhero story and explains how the series incorporates contemporary social issues.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E12Hostile Takeover at The Daily Show
The members of The Best F#@king News Team vie for executive power after Trevor calls in sick.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E12Donald Trump Hints at a Not-So-Peaceful Transfer of Power
After Donald Trump warns that he may challenge the results of the presidential election, the GOP nominee clarifies that he will accept the outcome if he wins.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E12Black Eye on America - The Struggles of African-American Journalists
Roy Wood Jr. examines the pitfalls that black journalists face when covering racially charged issues like police brutality and Donald Trump's divisive presidential campaign.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E14Dana Bash - An Unparalleled Year in Politics
CNN reporter Dana Bash talks about covering Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, from his unprecedented debate behavior to possible security concerns at his rallies.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E14Syrian Refugees Flee Squalor in France
Roy Wood Jr. tries to give hope to Syrian refugees who have been forced to relocate from their squalid migrant camp in Calais, France.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E14Donald Trump: Libel Bully
After Donald Trump threatens to sue his sexual assault accusers, the American Bar Association examines how often the presidential hopeful uses lawsuits to intimidate critics.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E14Unfortunate Overshares on Social Media
Justin Timberlake posts an illegal selfie from a Tennessee voting booth, and DJ Khaled documents his son's birth on Snapchat.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E15John Della Volpe - Polling the Millennial Electorate
SocialSphere CEO John Della Volpe shares the results of his extensive polling of millennial voters in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E15Phil Collins - Reflecting on Music and Family in "Not Dead Yet"
Phil Collins looks back at his first meeting with friend and frequent collaborator Eric Clapton and talks about managing work and family life in his memoir "Not Dead Yet."
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E15Polarized Media: Consuming News From Inside Your Bubble
As the 2016 election nears, Trevor examines the differences in how liberal and conservative websites report on the increasingly contentious presidential race.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E16Obamacare's Price Hike
The Obama administration announces double-digit premium hikes for the Affordable Care Act.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E16How to Rig the Polls
As Donald Trump doubles down on claims that the media is rigging the 2016 election, Desi Lydic and Eliza Cossio hit the streets to conduct a shady presidential poll.
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