Trevor Noah ended his seven-year run on ‘The Daily Show‘ with jokes about Kanye West, the 2016 presidential election and COVID-19 pandemic. He succeeded Jon Stewart in 2015, who give up the present after 16 years. Noah, who migrated to South Africa, stated his first publicity to ‘The Daily Show‘ was by means of watching CNN, in keeping with a report in The Guardian. He additionally assumed that Stewart was a free anchor. Noah’s father was a white Swiss and his mom was a Black Xhosa, the second-largest race group in Southern Africa.
“When I started this show, I had three clear goals. I was like, ‘I’m gonna make sure Hillary gets elected. I’m gonna make sure that I prevent a global pandemic from starting, and I’m gonna become best friends with Kanye West’,” he was quoted as saying by The Hollywood Reporter throughout his last episode of the present on Thursday.
Several correspondents stated goodbye to Noah within the last episode, by which he additionally invited comic Neal Brennan. When they met, Brennan advised Noah, “America doesn’t tolerate people with accents on TV, so you should leave.”
Before signing off, Noah stated he has discovered three classes throughout his stint as ‘The Daily Show‘ host: “politics is an invented way to solve issues, never forget that context matters, and never forget how much context matters”, in keeping with The Hollywood Reporter.
He added, “Please don’t forget that the world is a friendlier place on the internet and the news will make you think.”
Describing his stint, The Guardian stated that Noah managed to make The Daily Show his personal, one which appealed to youthful audiences with brief on-line clips, digital culture-heavy jokes and references rooted in Noah’s expertise.
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