Jon Stewart

The former "Daily Show" host pointed out the "actual danger" which is "not flashy or sexy."
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.”