Jon Stewart: ‘There will always be room for political satire’

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Jon Stewart remaining The Day-to-day Clearly show in 2015 after internet hosting it for 16 several years

Releasing a new film at a time the globe is facing massive worries is “like demonstrating up to a airplane crash with a chocolate bar”, as Jon Stewart set it lately.

“It feels ridiculous,” the previous host of The Day-to-day Clearly show informed The New York Occasions. “You will find tragedy almost everywhere, and you happen to be like, ‘Uh, does any individual want chocolate?'”

The coronavirus pandemic, coupled with throughout the world protests sparked by the death of George Floyd in police custody, have remaining couple of individuals in the mood for frivolity.

But irrespective of his characteristic self-consciousness, the release of Stewart’s new aspect movie will be warmly welcomed by individuals who skip his existence in the US Tv set landscape.

Stewart, now 57, hosted

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