The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Will Premiere On…

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The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Will Premiere in September. Here’s the Trailer..

Trevor Noah will take over from Jon Stewart as the host of the Daily Show on 28 September, which gives the South African comic less than two months to put together his new version of the show.Trevor Noah has had a nice long honeymoon period – well, it wasn’t always nice, though it certainly felt long – but his time as Jon Stewart’s heir apparent now has an end date. Stewart will depart on 6 August after 16 years as Comedy Central’s late-night political satirist, with Noah – who caused a stir after a series of offensive tweets about Jews, fat women and Asian Americans emerged when he was announced as Stewart’s replacement in March – given the task of replacing him. In a short promotional video Noah jumps around the current set while rehearsing his “new” and “sexy” show before being interrupted by a nonplussed Jon Stewart.

Noah will join Stephen Colbert – who takes over from David Letterman as CBS’s late-night host on 8 September – as a replacement for a highly regarded late-night host, although Colbert will have had nine months to work on his show by the time it starts. Scott Meslow A new study from George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management found that, at least by social media standards, Hillary Clinton and Ted Cruz are leading the 2016 presidential race. After the outrage at Noah’s offensive tweets Comedy Central stood by him, saying in a statement: “To judge him or his comedy based on a handful of jokes is unfair.

The report looked at how well candidates’ campaigns fared by comparing the popularity of candidates’ names and websites, as well as what words are shared in conjunction with candidates’ names. Of 2016 presidential hopefuls’ websites, Hillary Clinton’s campaign website received the most shares, with 4.8 million social media and news mentions. And it wasn’t just the number of times her campaign was mentioned that was significant: Clinton’s name was frequently shared with words like “champion,” “everyday,” and “Americans,” which the researchers believe demonstrates that people are taking her campaign messages seriously.

Noah has been criticized for jokes he posted on his Twitter feed that were perceived as derogatory to women and to Jews, and a fellow comedian, Russell Peters, described him as a “thief” in a television interview, only to later say that those remarks were a “prank.” (Suffice to say Mr. Meghan DeMaria Street artist Shepard Fairey, who designed the “Hope” poster for President Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign, told Esquire he doesn’t have much, well, hope for Obama anymore. I’ve met Obama a few times, and I think Obama’s a quality human being, but I think that he finds himself in a position where your actions are largely dictated by things out of your control. I’m not giving him a pass for not being more courageous, but I do think the entire system needs an overhaul and taking money out of politics would be a really good first step. [Esquire]

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