Jon Stewart

"We owe you big, man. We owe you big," Biden told the former "Daily Show" host.
President Joe Biden will sign veterans health care legislation on Wednesday that ends a long battle to expand benefits for people who served near burn pits.
The Fox News host rips the comic over his advocacy for healthcare for veterans in the weirdest way possible.
Stewart loudly protested when Republicans blocked the veterans' health care measure last week.
In the last month, Trump buried his ex-wife on his golf course, Sen. Ted Cruz was caught fist-bumping his crew after taking down a bill to help veterans, and Rep. Matt Gaetz was caught on a hot mic.
The Pennsylvania senator led Republican opposition to benefits championed by Stewart for military veterans exposed to toxic burn pits.
"None of them care — except to tweet,” Jon Stewart said after GOP lawmakers stalled a bill meant to expand benefits for veterans exposed to toxic chemicals.
"They haven’t met a war they won’t sign up for, and they haven’t met a veteran they won’t screw over," the outraged comedian said.
The court's reversal of Roe v. Wade was ideological, not constitutional, the former "Daily Show" host argues.
The former host of "The Daily Show" is the latest recipient of the Mark Twain prize for lifetime achievement in comedy.