Trevor Noah

The 21-minute lowlights reel features some of Trump's wildest gaffes.
"The Daily Show" host says the president's constant attacks on immigrants are really about one immigrant in particular.
"The Daily Show" host mocked the conservative network's anchors with a spoof travel agency ad just for them.
“If video games are so persuasive, maybe video games could even inspire politicians to do something to end gun violence,” said the host of "The Daily Show."
"If racial equality was a sport," Ross would be "playing pick-up games," Noah said.
“What ‘other kind of supremacy’ is Trump concerned about?” asked "The Daily Show" host.
"The Daily Show" host said Hannity's proposal "sounds like the bleakest Dr. Seuss book ever."
"The Daily Show" host said Reagan now "officially has a racist asterisk next to his name."
The second round of the Democratic presidential debates meant laughs and jokes from the late night comics.
Over the span of two days, late night hosts joked about the second Democratic presidential debates featuring heavy hitters like Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren.
Trevor Noah, Stephen Colbert, James Corden, Jimmy Kimmel and Seth Meyers each delivered their own amusing takes on the debate.
"It was like watching the seven dwarfs offering Snow White a poison apple."
Late night comics went after President Donald Trump for calling Baltimore a “rodent infested mess.”
"The Daily Show" riffed on a trillion-dollar lesson that many must learn over a lifetime.
Samantha Bee, Trevor Noah, Jimmy Kimmel, Seth Meyers, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon all found the funny in the event.
Late night comics snapped at President Donald Trump for saying that he can’t be racist because he doesn’t have a racist bone in his body.
The late night shows went after President Donald Trump after he said that he can’t be racist because he doesn’t have a racist bone in his body.
Comics turned serious and called out President Donald Trump for his series of racist tweets directed at four congresswomen of color.
Imagine if Adolf Hitler justified his actions by saying people agreed with him, "The Daily Show" host says.