The Democrat is vying to unseat the Republican ally of President Donald Trump as the party hopes to flip the Senate.
The Georgia Democratic Senate candidate called Sen. David Perdue a “crook” for his response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The pair lobbed charged attacks at each other as Democrats spend heavily in the state in an attempt to flip the Senate.
"The Daily Show" host put his magnifying glass to the Georgia lawmaker's comments about Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris.
“Ka-MA-la, KA-ma-la, Kamala-mala-mala. I don’t know, whatever," said Perdue, who's been her colleague in the Senate for years.
Sen. David Perdue's Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff, who is Jewish, said the ad used the "least original anti-Semitic trope in history."
Sen. David Perdue of Georgia ignores the devastating impact of COVID-19 on joblessness among Blacks
The 33-year-old narrowly avoided a runoff and will face GOP Sen. David Perdue in November.
Sen. David Perdue (R-Ga.) bought shares in chemical giant DuPont, among several senators whose recent stock activity has raised red flags.
Rev. Raphael Warnock leads Ebenezer Baptist Church, which was formerly pastored by Martin Luther King, Jr. and his father.