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Jon Stewart and The Daily Show News Team cover today's biggest headlines. The “Ears Edition” of The Daily Show features full episodes, extended content, exclusive interviews, and more.
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In response to online backlash over his criticism of Joe Biden last week, Jon studies Tucker Carlson's interview with Vladimir Putin in Russia for a lesson in speaking "of course" to power. Plus, Michael Kosta reports from North Korea to demonstrate how nice life under a dictatorship can be. And constitutional experts and “Strict Scrutiny” podcast co-hosts, Melissa Murray and Kate Shaw, join Jon to discuss Donald Trump’s “platinum due process plan” and the judicial system’s handling of the cases against Trump. The law professors also discuss the threat of Trump’s presidential immunity and whether the former president will ever stand trial for the Jan. 6th insurrection.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this podcast exclusive, Daily Show contributor Jordan Klepper and supervising producer Ian Berger dish on all the behind-the-scenes moments from the latest Trump and Haley rallies in South Carolina, what didn’t make it into the piece, and what it's like to have Jon Stewart back in the building.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Host Jordan Klepper chats with rapper Killer Mike about his recent sweep at the 2024 Grammys for his album "Michael," how working on this project brought him closer to God, and his efforts to encourage activists to take action in their communities. Plus, writer and director Cord Jefferson joins Klepper to discuss the success of his film, "American Fiction," and the power of leaning into art that makes us uncomfortable. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jon Stewart returns to the host chair at The Daily Show and takes us through the Joe Biden vs. Donald Trump election rematch and how their respective old age is something all voters need to reckon with.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jordan Klepper highlights why the recent Kansas City Chiefs parade shooting is a case for firmer gun control in terms a football fan can understand. Plus, Trump could get off for election interference because of District Attorney Fani Willis’s romance with prosecutor Nathan Wade. Grace Kuhlenschmidt takes us through the romantic gestures of past presidents whose mistress stories are straight out of a rom-com. And Cord Jefferson, writer and director of the Academy Award-nominated film, “American Fiction,” shares how his experiences in Hollywood contributed to his desire to expand any limited ideas of Black stories or Black characters, why he thinks it’s good that his movie makes some people feel uncomfortable, and how the film’s success is feeling very meta.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jordan Klepper tackles the impeachment of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and the special election win by Tom Suozzi to replace George Santos’s unfilled seat. And, Troy Iwata provides his honest assessment of Long Island. Plus, Bestselling author and Bloomberg Businessweek National Correspondent Joshua Green sits down with Jordan Klepper to discuss his latest book, “The Rebels,” about how economic populists like Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have changed the Democratic party, and how Biden’s first-term financial successes and progressive economic policies could sway the 2024 election. And Actor Lashana Lynch chats about portraying Rita Marley in the new Bob Marley biopic, “One Love,” the first time she met Rita, and why getting the Jamaican singer’s story right was so important.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jordan Klepper dives into Trump’s recent remarks about Nikki Haley and her husband, who might or might not be missing. Jordan then heads to South Carolina to ask Nikki Haley supporters what she can do to beat Trump and later hits a Trump rally to ask his supporters why they’ll never vote for Haley. If Republicans are going to compromise with Democrats on the border crisis, they’re going to need a new issue for Trump to run on. Thankfully, Jordan and Desi Lydic have a few ideas to enrage the masses –– from Taylor Swift, to drag queens, to basically anything with letters. And legendary rapper, Killer Mike, joins Jordan to discuss sweeping the major rap categories at the Grammys, how spirituality played a role in his award-winning album, "Michael," how the record is an extension of Run The Jewels, and why he encourages fellow activists to use community to effectively organize and mobilize.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jon Stewart kicks off his Daily Show Monday night residency by coming to grips with the reality of America's two chronologically challenged presidential candidates: Joe Biden and Donald Trump. Plus, the Best F**king News Team - Ronny Chieng, Desi Lydic, Jordan Klepper, Michael Kosta, and Dulcé Sloan - gauge voter opinions at the nucleus of American politics: a diner. And Editor-in-Chief of The Economist, Zanny Minton Beddoes, joins Jon Stewart to discuss President Joe Biden’s 2nd term potential, the global spread of national conservatism, what former President Donald Trump doesn't understand about the NATO alliance, and the Republican divide over support for Ukraine.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this podcast exclusive, Daily Show host Jon Stewart previews his plans for 2024 with showrunner Jen Flanz and co-executive producer Zhubin Parang. They discuss what it’s like for Jon to be back at the Daily Show offices after all these years, how the media landscape has changed, and their plans for covering the 2024 election. They also discuss the correspondents taking on hosting duties, the correspondent casting process, and Jon’s first impressions of Jordan Klepper and Trevor Noah’s audition tapes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If there's one thing to know about Jon Stewart, he's one of New York's biggest Mets fans. He starts off at the desk covering the unexpected firing of former Mets manager, Willie Randolph. Plus, Jon sits with former Mets players David Wright, Matt Harvey, and Mookie Wilson. He chats with David and Matt about the state of the team and reminisces with Mookie about the 1986 Mets team and the legacy he's left. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In a pair of memorable Daily Show showdowns, Jon Stewart tangles with Fox News host Bill O'Reilly on the topic of white privilege and presses Mike Huckabee on what "corrosive culture" really means. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Since he left in 2015, Jon Stewart periodically stopped by to visit his old friends, whether it's visiting Trevor Noah to push for the renewal of the Zadroga Act, or dropping on Roy Wood Jr. as Obi-Wan Kenobi. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A look back at Jon Stewart's historic coverage of multiple presidential elections, from Bush to Obama.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jon Stewart vs. Trump eating pizza with a fork: a Daily Show classic. Plus, Jon's coverage of Trump's presidential announcement, his offensive comments that Mexicans are rapist, and his remarks that former POW John McCain isn't a war hero.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Throwing it back to Jordan's first on-screen chat with Jon and his desperate need to please Dad, sorry...Jon. Jordan then attempts to capitalize off conservatives and patriotism's impact on NSA surveillance. Plus, Jordan helps Jon cover Trump becoming the first openly asshole president, and Jordan and Hasan Minhaj walk Jon through his Twitter mentions.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jon Stewart spent many years highlighting Fox News's misinformation and hypocrisy, culminating in a " Go f**k Yourself" choir. In another memorable segment " Chaos on Bullshit Mountain" Jon ripped Fox News for their coverage of Mitt Romney’s infamous “47 percent” video. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Daily Show Host Trevor Noah covers Joe Biden's landslide win in South Carolina's 2020 Democratic primary, and the moderate rivals who dropped out after, and the former vice president gaffes it up during his victory lap. Plus, Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. find out how black primary voters in South Carolina are responding to Democratic candidates' efforts to associate themselves with Barack Obama. And Jon Stewart covers Obama's win in South Carolina and Bill Clinton's comments that suggest that once South Carolina went black it could never go back.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Daily Show has had the honor to cover guests that received Grammy Award nominations this year. Desi opens up with coverage of Taylor Swift's political influence on the Virginia's governors race. Guest host, Charalamagne tha God, talks with singer-songwriter, Jelly Roll, to discuss the making of his Grammy-nominated album, "Whitsitt Chapel" and guest host, Michael Kosta, sits with singer and composer, Rhiannon GIddens, to learn more about the importance of the banjo to her music. Also, host Trevor Noah sits with former First Lady, Michelle Obama, and talks about how her and her husband have innocent debates on who the better author of the two is. Trevor also chats with artist, Mariah Carey, and learns more about her struggles with infusing Hip Hop and R&B elements into Pop music.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Desi Lydic & Jordan Klepper cover the latest in the news including Binance's CEO pleading guilty, Biden's cord-cutting proposal, and gender equality for crash test dummies. Plus, North Carolina Rep. Jeff Jackson talks about combatting outrage politics with explainer videos on TikTok and other social media platforms, how some members in Congress treat their jobs as “daily tryouts for the outrageous Olympics,” and why he wants to fight political corruption and gerrymandering as Attorney General of North Carolina.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Daily Show guest host, Michael Kosta, tackles Biden's visit to Israel, how congress struggles to choose a new house speaker, and he travels to California to find out why the state officially categorizes bees as fish. Plus, Kosta sits with economist, data expert, and author, Emily Oster, to discuss how data can help ease anxieties parents may feel raising children and helps parents retain control in their households.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Feb 5th
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Weather or Not

yes Hamas is evil. the British partition is the ultimate cause of this. I like that woman but her hawkish nature is fanatical....and inhumane. Nikki no no...

Nov 5th
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Laura Bogart

only 1 horror movies where all the white men did and 1 black man lived instead of vice versa... that must be I Am Legend, right? though I think of it as an action movie, but I can't think of anything else that fits

Oct 25th
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Laura Bogart

It isn't an open air prison. It's an internment camp.

Oct 23rd
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Laura Bogart

This is the only podcast I listen to that's currently playing "reruns." Why? Cause the others get fair pay, and this one is audio from a TV show by a typical greedy studio. Pay your writers and actors fairly and stop trying to replace them with crummy AI

Sep 14th
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Toni VonderHaar

I DIED when Josh called homeboy a house 🐔 😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣😭😭😭🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣#housechicken #chickenbloodtype

Aug 15th
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Barb Cowen

This podcast was so interesting, informative and shocking.

Aug 2nd
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Laura Bogart

Strong agree about the birthday party incident: I'm autistic and have anxiety disorder, mostly around social anxiety. I've hidden my birthday from people when possible, and my employer respects us enough to ask each employee what we want for our birthday. A few have asked for cake, but usually, people just ask for a bag, box, or jar of candy and to be allowed to remain inconspicuous

Jul 24th
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Laura Bogart

Trevor's childhood memories are more entertaining than anyone else I've heard recalling their childhood

Jun 30th
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Laura Bogart

The deep dive episodes are amazing. Not packed with joke after joke like the other episodes, but still funny and extra informative. This one is my favorite so far

Jun 30th
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Joseph Trujillo

Pay the writers what they deserve. unsubscribing

Jun 24th
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Rob

Just pay your screenwriters a decent salary and get back in air!

Jun 22nd
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Laura Bogart

I've loved hearing the weekly rotating hosts, but really miss Trevor

Jun 15th
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Laura Bogart

I can never get over how well Trevor does voice impersonations

Jun 15th
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Laura Bogart

lol the space time rant made my day

Jun 15th
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Laura Bogart

wow, that's the story of story that could actually get me interested in hockey

Jun 6th
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May 23rd
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دلوین افشاری

Nice

Jan 31st
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Laura Bogart

I adore the person laughing so loudly in the audience. Made me grin every time they laughed, whoever they are

Dec 25th
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Weather or Not

the greatest president ever!

Nov 19th
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