The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
Trump the Jokester Accuses Democrats of Treason
Season 23 E 61 • 02/06/2018
Sarah Huckabee Sanders brushes off President Trump's "joke" that Democrats are guilty of treason.
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The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23 E61Trump the Jokester Accuses Democrats of Treason
After President Trump calls Democrats "treasonous" for not applauding him, the White House dismisses his comment as yet another joke.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23 E62Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos & Spencer Stone - Heroes of "The 15:17 to Paris" - Extended Interview
Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Spencer Stone discuss whether it was scarier to thwart a 2015 terrorist attack or portray themselves in the film "The 15:17 to Paris."
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Scientists in a Guatemalan rainforest use X-rays to uncover an ancient Mayan civilization, and Great Britain's oldest modern man is revealed to have been black.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23 E62Justin Trudeau Gets Over-Woke
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President Trump asked the Pentagon to throw him a Bastille Day-style military parade, which Trevor suspects is just the latest move in his quest to become a dictator.
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Roy Wood Jr. profiles notable black politicians like Herman Cain, Alan Keyes and Marion Barry, who was re-elected mayor of the District of Columbia after a drug scandal.
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Music producer and DJ Steve Aoki discusses his album "Kolony" and explains why it's important for him to use profits from ticket sales to donate to charitable causes.
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