Trevor Noah announced Thursday that he will be exiting as the host of “The Daily Show,” stating that it was time to move on after seven...
After seven years of hosting “The Daily Show” on Comedy Central, Trevor Noah is stepping away from the position the comedian announced on Thursday.
In a press release obtained by Barret News Media, “Jordan Klepper Fingers the Conspiracy” will join “The Daily Show’s” catalog of podcasts.
Musk could be open to going through with the purchase or only offering advice on how to improve the outlet.
Klepper states that Trump’s popularity among Republicans may be beginning to weaken.
Noah discussed how he was handed the job for “The Daily Show,” which made him feel like Charlie in the Chocolate Factory.
When it comes to guests and ticket information for the scheduled shows in Atlanta, they will be announced at a later date.
“The Daily Show Presents: Hold Up” will debut on June 23rd, with new episodes available every Thursday on all major podcast platforms.
DeSantis states he wasn’t at the event and doesn’t have any plans to watch or attend the White House Correspondents Dinner at any point in the future.
“The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah decided to poke fun at the service's demise during the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, which he was emceeing.