Jon Stewart

“I’m terrified. I’m anxious. I’m lonely. I’m wishing it was 2010 again."
The comedian and activist left "The Daily Show" more than five years ago.
“He’s basically just sitting in his basement tweeting out fear-based trolling videos,” Stewart said on “The View.”
Billionaire investor Mark Cuban endorsed the former vice president on Fox News.
Former "Daily Show" host says the former vice president wasn't his first choice.
On the radio show "The Breakfast Club," the former talk show host said he could do better to improve representation in comedy and the media.
"That’s the part of it that I probably most regret," the former host said.
The former "Daily Show" host avoided talking politics, but hilariously presented a trailer for his new comedy.
The former "Daily Show" host brought his political comedy to Stand Up for Heroes, alongside John Oliver, Hasan Minhaj and Ronny Chieng.