The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
Who's the Boss at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau?
Season 23 • 11/29/2017
Trevor tries to figure out why President Trump appointed Mick Mulvaney as head of the CFPB.
Bernie Bernstein (AKA Jon Stewart) Crashes The Daily ShowThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Jon Stewart drops in to talk about "Night of Too Many Stars," where Trevor will auction off the chance to be interviewed on the set of The Daily Show.
The Newest RoyalsThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters of South Africa is crowned Miss Universe 2017, and Prince Harry gets engaged to biracial American actress Meghan Markle.
Trump's Christmas Gift to the Poor: Tax HikesThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
After President Trump announces that he wants to reform the tax code, Trevor breaks down how a proposed GOP plan will affect low-income Americans.
Congress's Bipartisan Predator ProblemThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
President Trump endorses accused pedophile Roy Moore for senator of Alabama, and Democrats Al Franken and John Conyers are accused of sexual misconduct.
Project Veritas Creates Fake News to Expose "Fake News"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Conservative activist James O'Keefe hires a woman to pose as one of Roy Moore's victims in a futile attempt to make The Washington Post report false information.
Greta Gerwig - Exploring a Mother-Daughter Love Story in "Lady Bird"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Greta Gerwig talks about examining the relationship between a teen girl and her mother in the film "Lady Bird" and weighs in on transitioning from indie to big-budget movies.
The Grammys Feel the BernThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Senator Bernie Sanders is nominated for a Grammy Award in the Best Spoken Word Album category, but Trevor thinks that his other audio work deserves recognition.
The Truth About Trump's "Pocahontas" SlurThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
President Trump uses a ceremony honoring Native American veterans to reignite his feud with Senator Elizabeth Warren, whom he derogatorily calls "Pocahontas."
The British Media's Racist Codes for Meghan MarkleThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Gina Yashere breaks down the subtle racism that Prince Harry's fiance, Meghan Markle, faces in the British press.
Matt Lauer and Kim Jong-un's Unwanted AdvancesThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Matt Lauer is fired from the "Today" show amid sexual harassment allegations, and President Trump gives a half-hearted response to North Korea's latest nuclear missile test.
Who's the Boss at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau?The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Mick Mulvaney is appointed director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau despite having railed against the watchdog agency in the past.
From the Tax Plan to Libya, Everything Goes Back to TrumpThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Donald Trump boasts about the GOP tax bill at a campaign rally, and Trevor explains how the president's attacks on journalism have had an impact on slavery in Libya.
A Courtroom Suicide & America's New Opioid CzarThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Bosnian war criminal Slobodan Praljak drinks a bottle of poison in the courtroom, and Kellyanne Conway is appointed czar of America's opioid epidemic.
The Threat Is Real: Trump's Islamophobic Tweets Spark OutrageThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
After President Trump retweets Islamophobic videos from a British nationalist group, Hasan Minhaj explains why the White House doesn't care that the tweets are inaccurate.
Not a Good Look: What Michael Flynn's Guilty Plea Means for TrumpThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Former national security adviser Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying to the FBI, signaling that he may have damning information about other Trump administration officials.
Texting Turns 25The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Trevor looks back at the very first text message ever sent, which read "Merry Christmas."
The GOP Gives America's Neediest Millionaires a Tax BreakThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Trevor takes a closer look at the Republican-penned Senate tax bill that gives massive breaks to millionaires and large corporations.
Julia Ioffe - Examining the Intricacies of Russian PoliticsThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
The Atlantic's Julia Ioffe discusses why Russian President Vladimir Putin may be having buyer's remorse about Donald Trump's election.
Can Liberals Survive the Apocalypse?The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Desi Lydic finds out whether liberal doomsday preppers are as prepared for the apocalypse as their conservative counterparts.
Facebook for Kids & A Congressional Harasser Steps DownThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Facebook introduces a messenger app for kids, and Michigan Representative John Conyers resigns from Congress amid a sexual harassment scandal.
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