“The Daily Show”
Jon Stewart says goodbye on Thursday, after 16 years on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” that established him as America’s foremost satirist of politicians and the media.
The set of “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” will be donated to the Newseum after Stewart’s final episode.
Jon Stewart set the record straight about his “secret” White House meetings with President Barack Obama on “The Daily Show” Wednesday evening.
President Barack Obama told comedian Jon Stewart on Tuesday that critics of his Iran deal think he should have sent former Vice President Dick Cheney to the negotiations with the Iranians.
Though Noah received a fair amount of scrutiny for the comments, much of the public realizes even if Noah doesn’t hit the mark on being “funny” that he doesn’t necessarily deserve the backlash he’s receiving.
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.”