"We are fair and good and will do this however you would like... just come back," wrote the former "Daily Show" host as he mocked CNN on Saturday.
The comedian revealed that he was "extremely flattered" to get a request to host as Jon Stewart exited the show in 2015.
The former host showed up while Roy Wood Jr. was guest-hosting.
"The right wants strict rules for everything" except guns, the comedian said in a clip that resurfaced after the Covenant School shooting.
"The law should always take into account someone's popularity," the former "Daily Show" host joked.
"The guy would be terrific and I think he’d do it," Stern said on his SiriusXM radio show.
“You’re telling me...when it comes to children that have died, you don’t give a flying f**k to stop that, because that shall not be infringed," said Stewart.
The comedian slammed the conservative network as a "cultural pathogen."
"I ran into this trouble with Trump," the comedian said on his podcast.
It’s the end of an era. Trevor Noah is departing as the host of “The Daily Show” after more than seven years on the job.