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Comedy Central is mulling a “short list” of replacements for “Daily Show” host Jon Stewart, a decision that could affect how much influence the show has on the 2016 presidential campaign.
The question of who can replace Jon Stewart on “The Daily Show” seems roughly akin to asking his fans what might serve for the sun.
Comedy Central says the long-time host of the news parody show will step down later this year.
The Redskins name debate became a talking point on television again Thursday night, but not during the team’s game against the Giants.
Hillary Rodham Clinton gave Jon Stewart no hints about whether she will run for president, but acknowledged during Tuesday’s taping of “The Daily Show” that the speculation surrounding her possible candidacy has become “a cottage industry.”
Kevin McCarthy was the subject of recent mocking from Jon Stewart on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show,” with regard to his critique of the Bible-laced (but not strictly Bible-based) movie “Noah.”
As the public face of President Barack Obama’s signature health care program, Kathleen Sebelius has become the target for attacks over its botched rollout. Republicans want her to resign and even some Democrats — while not mentioning Sebelius — say someone should be fired.
The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart ridiculed Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul’s speech at Howard University, and the comedian offered Paul a “history lesson” rebuttal on how the Republican senator’s party has alienated African-American voters.
The most ridiculously annoying aspect of the Democratic political run for offices in 2012 is the incredibly long line of leftist millionaires who continually spew extreme hate and venom on the wealthy. Beyond having to “share the wealth”, now Democrats are saying it’s “never get the wealth”.
Has Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” turned on President Obama?