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The FBI investigates sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, the U.S. and Canada reach a trade deal, and author Carol Anderson discusses “One Person, No Vote.”
The White House launches a presidential text alert system, a 1985 police report describes Brett Kavanaugh’s involvement in a bar fight, and NBC’s Lester Holt stops by.
Neil deGrasse Tyson
A report on Donald Trump’s taxes debunks his self-made claims, Desi Lydic looks at 2018’s most corrupt candidates, and Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses “Accessory to War.”
The FBI completes its investigation of the sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, Desi Lydic infiltrates the Girl Scouts, and actor Riz Ahmed discusses “Venom.”
Brett Kavanaugh is sworn in as a Supreme Court Justice, Taylor Swift endorses two Democratic candidates in Tennessee, and journalist Mark Leibovich discusses “Big Game.”
U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley steps down on surprisingly good terms, Roy Wood Jr. breaks down Georgia’s gubernatorial race, and pro wrestler John Cena discusses “Elbow Grease.”
Kanye West visits the White House, Jaboukie Young-White explains how the voting system caters to older people, and Nicole Chung discusses her memoir “All You Can Ever Know.”
Georgia vandals deface a historic monument using googly eyes, Elizabeth Warren reveals proof of her Native American heritage, and Amandla Stenberg discusses “The Hate U Give.”
The Saudis change their story on Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance, Roy Wood Jr. honors historic black activists in sports, and Melissa McCarthy talks “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”
President Trump defends Saudi Arabia, Dulce Sloan meets with Indiana congressional candidate Jeannine Lee Lake, and Julián Castro discusses “An Unlikely Journey.”
Georgia voters face disenfranchisement ahead of the midterms, Ronny Chieng sounds off on the latest tech advancements, and Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton stops by.
A Trump supporter mails bombs to prominent Democrats, Roy Wood Jr. celebrates black Floridians, and Trevor chats with Florida Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum. From Miami, Fl.
President Trump casts a migrant caravan as an “invasion,” Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta investigate toxic algae in Florida, and Miami Marlins CEO Derek Jeter stops by. From Miami, Fl.
President Trump proposes an end to birthright citizenship, Desi Lydic investigates the “Florida man” phenomenon, and CNN’s Ana Navarro discusses Trump’s effect on the GOP. From Miami, Fl.
President Trump lashes out at immigrants at a rally in Florida, Ronny Chieng examines Florida’s lionfish epidemic, and Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade sits down with Trevor. From Miami, Fl.
John Kasich & Cory Booker
President Trump threatens Iran via a meme, celebrities implore people to vote in the midterms, and Trevor interviews Ohio Gov. John Kasich and New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker.
Midterm Election Night Special
The World’s Fakest News Team weighs in on the 2018 midterm election results, and senior writer for Rolling Stone Jamil Smith sits down with Trevor.
President Trump attacks the media during a post-midterms press conference, Nevada voters elect a dead brothel owner, and Rebecca Traister discusses her book “Good and Mad.”
Trevor profiles acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker, Mexican drug lord “El Chapo” Guzman goes on trial in New York, and rapper Swizz Beatz discusses his album “Poison.”
President Trump has an especially bad week, Roy Wood Jr. highlights the contributions of African-American soldiers, and actor Jeffrey Wright discusses “We Are Not Done Yet.”
Amazon announces new headquarters in Virginia and New York, Michael Kosta weighs in on Florida’s midterm recounts, and Jenifer Lewis discusses “The Mother of Black Hollywood.”
House Democrats gear up to investigate the Trump administration, Lewis Black sounds off about a flat Earth conference, and chess Grandmaster Maurice Ashley chats with Trevor.
Kirsten Gillibrand & Tessa Thompson
Jaboukie Young-White reacts to Amazon’s plan to set up shop in New York, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand discusses “Bold & Brave,” and “Creed II” star Tessa Thompson chats with Trevor.
Conservatives disregard a government report on climate change, Central American asylum seekers face tear gas at the U.S.-Mexico border, and will.i.am sits down with Trevor.
General Motors announces massive layoffs, Trevor addresses the fatal police shooting of Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford, Jr., and actor Diego Luna discusses “Narcos: Mexico.”
A giant cow in Australia becomes an internet celebrity, Ronny Chieng sits down with District Attorney Mark Gonzalez in Texas, and Al Gore discusses “24 Hours of Reality.”
Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen pleads guilty to lying to Congress, the Veterans Affairs Department stiffs veterans, and author Lindy West discusses “Shout Your Abortion.”
Trevor returns to his home country of South Africa, where he spends quality time with his grandmother, sits down with Usher and hosts the 2018 Global Citizen Festival.
The World’s Fakest News Team fills in for a speechless Trevor by covering a blatant GOP power grab, and musician Anderson .Paak discusses his album “Oxnard.”
Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta cover sports, Ronny Chieng talks to Bill Gates about his mission to reinvent the toilet, and Moschino’s Jeremy Scott discusses fashion.
Jaboukie Young-White weighs in on America’s trend toward a cashless society, Michael Kosta examines Switzerland’s gun culture, and Jay Rosen discusses The Correspondent.
Michael Kosta volunteers to replace White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, President Trump is implicated in felonies, and Tatiana Maslany discusses “Destroyer” and “Network.”
Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer throw down with President Trump, Ronny Chieng addresses “Fortnite” addiction, and rapper Meek Mill discusses criminal justice reform.
European museums consider returning African art to Africa, Neal Brennan mercilessly debunks popular beliefs, and Jennifer Lopez discusses “Second Act” and “Limitless.”
Bob Woodward & Janelle Monae
The National Enquirer exacerbates President Trump’s hush-money scandal, journalist Bob Woodward discusses “Fear,” and Janelle Monae chats about her album “Dirty Computer.”
Eve L. Ewing
Mick Mulvaney becomes President Trump’s new chief of staff, Roy Wood Jr. talks about Christmas from a black perspective, and Eve L. Ewing discusses “Ghosts in the Schoolyard.”
Dulce Sloan reacts to Russia’s effort to manipulate black Americans, Desi Lydic learns how to talk to racist family members over the holidays, and Pusha T discusses “Daytona.”
The Daily Show's The Yearly Show 2018
Trevor and The World’s Fakest News Team look back at the weirdness and wildness of 2018, and Charlamagne tha God discusses mental health and his book “Shook One.”
Michael Kosta suits up for the government shutdown, Roy Wood Jr. examines R. Kelly’s surge in popularity, and Malala Yousafzai discusses “We Are Displaced” and Malala Fund.
President Trump flirts with declaring a state of emergency, Michael Kosta investigates a gun festival in Switzerland, and Marc Mauer discusses his book “The Meaning of Life.”
President Trump delivers a fearmongering Oval Office address, Desi Lydic reacts to Jeff Bezos’s impending divorce, and Barry Jenkins discusses “If Beale Street Could Talk.”
John David Washington
The government shutdown over President Trump’s border wall takes its toll, Trevor weighs in on a casting controversy, and John David Washington discusses “BlacKkKlansman.”
Trevor highlights three Democrats running for president in 2020, President Trump’s dubious grasp of Civil War history is dramatized, and Derek Waters discusses Drunk History.
Tressie McMillan Cottom
Trevor investigates the racist rhetoric of Rep. Steve King, Ronny Chieng weighs in on the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show, and author Tressie McMillan Cottom discusses “Thick.”
Nancy Pelosi calls on President Trump to postpone his State of the Union address, Lewis Black targets new state laws, and Keegan-Michael Key discusses “Friends from College.”
Michael Kosta sees crowdfunding as a solution to the government shutdown, Jaboukie Young-White tries out a Trump-inspired credit card, and Don Cheadle talks “Black Monday.”
A teen’s standoff with a Native American leader goes viral, Dulce Sloan reflects on Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy, and “I Am the Night” director Patty Jenkins stops by.
Democratic presidential hopefuls address their controversial pasts, Ronny Chieng calls out an Oscar snub, and Amanda Seales discusses her stand-up special “I Be Knowin’.”
Nancy Pelosi asks President Trump to postpone the State of the Union, Roy Wood Jr. investigates black cowboys taking on gang violence, and Joe Morton talks “God Friended Me.”
El Chapo’s former associates tell all in court, Roy Wood Jr. explains why the NFL should rely on instant replay, and “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd stops by.
The government reopens after the longest shutdown in U.S. history, Trump aide Roger Stone is indicted by Robert Mueller’s investigation, and Mo Amer discusses “The Vagabond.”
Howard Schultz announces a possible presidential run, Desi Lydic finds out how environmental racism is affecting a Colorado school, and Ellevest CEO Sallie Krawcheck stops by.
Ronny Chieng explains climate change as a cold front hits the Midwest, President Trump attacks his own intelligence agencies, and Chris Christie chats about “Let Me Finish.”
Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta prepare for the big game, Neal Brennan calls for gun control-inspired social media regulations, and Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar stops by.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam comes under fire for allegedly appearing in blackface, President Trump defends his plans for Syria, and Colin Quinn talks “Red State Blue State.”
State of the Union Special
Trevor and the World’s Fakest News Team break down President Trump’s second State of the Union address, and New York Times op-ed columnist Frank Bruni weighs in on the speech.
Democrats tease their potential 2020 presidential campaigns, Michael Kosta investigates competitive video gaming, and actor Danai Gurira discusses “The Walking Dead.”
Dorothy Butler Gilliam
Ronny Chieng talks about raising taxes on the rich, Roy Wood Jr. highlights notable civil rights marches, and journalist Dorothy Butler Gilliam discusses “Trailblazer.”
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam addresses his blackface scandal in a CBS interview, Sen. Amy Klobuchar enters the 2020 race, and actor Phoebe Robinson discusses “2 Dope Queens.”
President Trump holds a rally in El Paso, Texas, notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar’s hippos take over Colombia, and writer and director Spike Lee discusses “BlacKkKlansman.”
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal sparks outrage, Bricky the Border Wall heads to Texas, and director RaMell Ross talks “Hale County This Morning, This Evening.”
Trevor reflects on the one-year anniversary of the Parkland shooting, Roy Wood Jr. looks back at black contributions to music, and author Chris Wilson talks “The Master Plan.”
Surprising details emerge about Jussie Smollett’s alleged attack, President Trump declares a national emergency, and director Bing Liu discusses “Minding the Gap.”
Senator Bernie Sanders joins the 2020 presidential race, Jaboukie Young-White weighs in on Jussie Smollett’s alleged attack, and Trevor sits down with NBA star Enes Kanter.
President Trump is accused of meddling in the Michael Cohen investigation, Trevor examines America’s opioid crisis, and Senator Kamala Harris discusses “The Truths We Hold.”
Chris Kelly & Sarah Schneider
Jussie Smollett faces a felony charge, Roy Wood Jr. explores the history of enemies recruiting black Americans, and Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider discuss The Other Two.
Singer R. Kelly faces jail time for sexual abuse, Roy Wood Jr. meets preteen political commentators, and director Chiwetel Ejiofor discusses “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind.”
President Trump meets with Kim Jong-un in Vietnam, two women who left their home countries to join ISIS fight to return, and John Legend performs “Preach.”
Michael Cohen goes before Congress to call Donald Trump racist and corrupt, Lewis Black criticizes anti-vaxxers, and Angie Thomas discusses her book “On the Come Up.”
Gary Clark Jr.
Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un’s nuclear summit breaks down, Roy Wood Jr. examines the history of the “magical negro” in cinema, and musician Gary Clark Jr. stops by.
Beto O’Rourke remains coy about running for president in 2020, President Trump refers to Tim Cook as “Tim Apple,” and author Rutger Bregman discusses “Utopia for Realists.”
Dozens are charged in a college admissions bribery scheme, Desi Lydic honors villainous women, and “Top Chef” host and executive producer Padma Lakshmi sits down with Trevor.
Michael Kosta gives his take on the college admissions bribery scandal, Desi Lydic channels a composer for network news, and Karamo Brown discusses “Karamo” and “Queer Eye.”
Ronny Chieng talks about universal income with 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang, Dulce Sloan reacts to bizarre police initiatives, and Jacob Tobia discusses “Sissy.”
Trevor gives an update on Democratic presidential contenders, Ronny Chieng highlights environmental news, and Washington Gov. Jay Inslee discusses his 2020 White House bid.
Trevor highlights Boeing’s outsized power over the FAA, Neal Brennan examines socialism’s rising popularity in America, and Will Packer discusses “The Atlanta Child Murders.”
President Trump lashes out at both the late John McCain and George Conway, Desi Lydic celebrates women’s innovations, and Texas Congressman Will Hurd sits down with Trevor.
Dr. Leana Wen, president of Planned Parenthood.
Abbi Jacobson & Ilana Glazer
Trevor and Roy Wood Jr. react to Robert Mueller’s report clearing President Trump of Russian collusion, and Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer reflect on the end of Broad City.
Democrats demand the release of the Mueller report, Trevor gives a rundown of high-profile screwups, and Bobby Hall (a.k.a. Logic) discusses his debut novel “Supermarket.”
Jennifer L. Eberhardt
Trevor profiles 2020 presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg, Michael Kosta reacts to cruel proposals from the Trump administration, and Jennifer L. Eberhardt discusses “Biased.”
Trevor examines the phenomenon of snowplow parenting, Desi Lydic investigates gender price discrimination, and Lupita Nyong’o discusses her dual role in the movie “Us.”
Joe Biden is accused of inappropriate behavior toward women, President Trump cuts off aid to Central American countries, and New York Rep. Hakeem Jeffries chats with Trevor.
A whistleblower sounds the alarm about security clearances in the Trump administration, spring break spirals out of control in Miami, and Marsai Martin chats about “Little.”
Lori Lightfoot becomes Chicago’s first black female mayor, Trevor examines President Trump’s bitter hatred of windmills, and PJ Morton discusses his album “Gumbo Unplugged.”
Controversy swirls around William Barr’s Mueller report summary, Democrats call for President Trump’s tax returns, and Sen. Bernie Sanders discusses his 2020 White House bid.
President Trump fires Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, Trevor profiles Federal Reserve Board nominee Herman Cain, and David Oyelowo discusses “Les Miserables.”
Democrats spar with White House officials over President Trump’s tax returns, Ronny Chieng reacts to food-based lawsuits in the U.S., and Abby Wambach discusses “Wolfpack.”
Maxine Waters smacks down Steve Mnuchin, Roy Wood Jr. reacts to Democratic presidential candidates’ black voter outreach, and Oprah Winfrey discusses “The Path Made Clear.”
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is arrested, Desi Lydic examines the Me Too movement’s effects on Wall Street work culture, and Lizzo chats about her album “Cuz I Love You.”
The Mueller report describes President Trump in panic mode, Ronny Chieng reacts to proposed climate change solutions, and Nobel Prize nominee Amanda Nguyen discusses Rise.
Anna Palmer & Jake Sherman
CNN hosts town halls for five Democratic presidential contenders, Michael Kosta offers alternatives to impeachment, and Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman talk “The Hill to Die On.”
Jaboukie Young-White offers Twitter tips to President Trump, Lewis Black rants about New York City’s congestion tax, and Melinda Gates discusses her book “The Moment of Lift.”
Joe Biden officially announces his 2020 presidential bid, Roy Wood Jr. weighs in on black country musicians, and Ryan O’Connell discusses his Netflix series “Special.”
President Trump racks up over 10,000 lies, Roy Wood Jr. tackles “Avengers: Endgame” spoiler outrage, and 2020 White House hopeful Pete Buttigieg discusses “Shortest Way Home.”
Some 2020 Democratic candidates struggle to be noticed, Dulce Sloan explains Joe Biden’s appeal to black female voters, and Jesse Williams discusses his “Grey’s Anatomy” role.
Senators grill Attorney General William Barr, Roy Wood Jr. examines humanity’s lack of concern over climate change, and Chelsea Handler talks “Life Will Be the Death of Me.”
A whale is suspected of spying for Russia, Jordan Klepper talks about his show Klepper, and actor Charlize Theron chats about “Long Shot” and the Africa Outreach Project.
Trevor wonders about America’s next war, Roy Wood Jr. reacts to President Trump’s school lunch rollback, and comedian Eddie Izzard chats about his global “Wunderbar” tour.
Scientists warn that over 1 million species face imminent extinction, Trump officials risk congressional contempt, and Valerie Jarrett discusses her book “Finding My Voice.”
Footage of Bernie Sanders reveals his ideological consistency, Donald Trump lost over a billion dollars in a decade, and Tyra Banks discusses her return to Sports Illustrated.
Mark Jonathan Harris & Deborah Oppenheimer
South Africa’s general election heats up, Desi Lydic tackles sexist coverage of the 2020 race, and filmmakers Mark Jonathan Harris and Deborah Oppenheimer discuss “Foster.”
GOP state lawmakers take aim at Roe v. Wade, Mayor Bill de Blasio announces his White House bid, and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand discusses her 2020 presidential campaign.
Democratic presidential hopefuls take varying approaches to Fox News, Michael Kosta talks to a man who helped legalize nunchucks, and Ava DuVernay discusses “When They See Us.”
Rachel Louise Snyder
The U.S. and China race to control 5G, Ronny Chieng talks to New Yorkers about their texting-while-walking habits, and Rachel Louise Snyder discusses “No Visible Bruises.”
President Trump has a major beef with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Dulce Sloan weighs in on Ben Carson’s job security, and Wyatt Cenac discusses “Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas.”
President Trump pays a visit to Japan, Roy Wood Jr. accuses Trevor of being an anti-American propagandist, and Reese Witherspoon discusses her HBO series “Big Little Lies.”
Robert Mueller gives a rare press conference, Ronny Chieng reacts to high-tech Christian outreach initiatives, and Dr. Jill Biden discusses her book “Where the Light Enters.”
Top Democrats support impeaching President Trump, Neal Brennan calls on Democrats to be as ruthless as Republicans, and Christian Siriano talks fashion and “Project Runway.”
President Trump pays an official state visit to the U.K., Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta talk sports, and Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell discusses his 2020 presidential run.
President Trump continues his controversial U.K. visit, Jaboukie Young-White talks socialism with Sen. Bernie Sanders, and author Amber Scorah discusses “Leaving the Witness.”
Trevor highlights U.K. politician Boris Johnson, Lewis Black rails against the CBD craze, and Randall Park chats about his Netflix movie “Always Be My Maybe.”
Trevor examines the life and career of Elizabeth Warren, President Trump’s tweets lose their punch, and James Corden discusses “The Late Late Show” and the 2019 Tony Awards.
Democratic presidential candidates descend on Iowa, President Trump cancels his Mexico tariffs, and actor Danielle Brooks chats about her Shakespeare in the Park experience.
Vladimir Putin builds an alliance with China’s Xi Jinping, Ronny Chieng gets embedded with a plastic straw cop, and Kwame Onwuachi discusses “Notes from a Young Black Chef.”
President Trump spars with Joe Biden, Desi Lydic reacts to a Women’s World Cup controversy, and actor Tessa Thompson discusses her role in “Men in Black: International.”
President Trump signals a willingness to accept foreign dirt on his rivals, Ronny Chieng blasts over-pampered dogs, and Rep. Tim Ryan discusses his 2020 presidential campaign.
A video captures police threatening a family in Phoenix, President Trump sits down with George Stephanopoulos, and managing director of the IMF Christine Lagarde stops by.
Harvard rejects a Parkland survivor over racist remarks, Jaboukie Young-White examines corporate participation in Pride Month, and DNC Chair Tom Perez sits down with Trevor.
Tensions escalate between the U.S. and Iran, Roy Wood Jr. honors escaped slaves for Juneteenth, and Arturo Castro talks about his sketch series Alternatino with Arturo Castro.
Joe Biden takes heat for an anecdote about working with segregationists, Iran shoots down a U.S. drone, and former Olympic Alpine skier Lindsey Vonn sits down with Trevor.
President Trump suddenly reverses course on bombing Iran, a database exposes racist Facebook posts by police, and author Elaine Welteroth discusses “More Than Enough.”
Bernie Sanders rolls out a plan to cancel student loan debt, Jaboukie Young-White examines a fight for civics education in Rhode Island, and Olivia Munn discusses “The Rook.”
Perry Bacon Jr.
Trevor Noah and the team recap the biggest moments of the first Democratic presidential primary debate with FiveThirtyEight senior writer Perry Bacon Jr.
Trevor Noah and the team recap the biggest moments from the second Democratic presidential primary debate with former Gov. Howard Dean.
July 15, 2019
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