Jon Stewart

The former "Daily Show" host failed to consider one key thing about the ex-president.
The Comedy Central program gave "a special shoutout to the pundits" who have criticized the quarter-century-old show.
Former "Daily Show" host doesn't believe the coronavirus pandemic began naturally.
The former "Daily Show" host offers up an apology... but not to Carlson.
The comedian issued a mock presidential declaration in response to Trump's whiny letter to SAG-AFTRA.
“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.