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The former president had a witty comeback for "The Daily Show" host Trevor Noah's question about roasting people who then run for the White House.
Trevor Noah will host the 63rd annual Grammy Awards on Jan. 31.
The put-down takes on new meaning following the president's election loss.
"We can’t go through another four years sober," said 'The Daily Show' host.
'The Daily Show' host cooks up a wild explanation for the presidential marriage.
Trump's recent advice to California during a record-breaking wildfire season was: "It'll start getting cooler. You just watch."
Trevor Noah offered the “soon-to-be ex-president” his faux legal services in a full-page ad in The New York Times, Washington Post and Los Angeles Times.
"You're telling me Trump is doing something heroic but instead of taking credit for it he's keeping it a secret?"
'The Daily Show' host tossed in his two cents about the first night of the Democratic National Convention.
"What is he talking about? What are you talking about?" Trump appears to say in the spoof video.
The 'Daily Show' host picked apart Donald Trump's promotion of a video containing misinformation about COVID-19.
'The Daily Show' host analysed the US president's late acknowledgment that COVID-19 will get worse and came up with an alarming observation.
Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers take on Trump's wild interview with Chris Wallace.
The "Daily Show" host bared his feelings after the FBI determined that the Black NASCAR driver wasn't targeted by a hate crime.
"There’s no one to root for in a Trump vs. Bolton fight. They’re both megalomaniacs, sociopaths looking out for themselves."
The former vice president told Trevor Noah that Trump will try to “steal the election.”
“The Daily Show” host roasted the president’s response to the police brutality seen at protests against police brutality.
"I know someone might think that’s an extreme phrase, but it’s not," said "The Daily Show" host.
"The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" marked the 100,000 nationwide death toll with a withering montage.