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“A man who is at best a white-supremacist enabler” was Trevor Noah’s worried description of Steve Bannon, Trump’s senior adviser. But Roy Wood Jr. assured the Daily Show host that Bannon’s appointment was actually “great news!” Noah is confused by the idea that open racism in the White House would be an improvement, but Wood breaks it down for him. “You should have known something was up when Ben Carson left,” he snarked. “Omarosa next!” Noah has a few words for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Speaker Paul Ryan too.

It’s about as funny as a Klan-endorsed presidential adviser get.

 

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The Arizona Senate is ditching its controversial measure to knock on doors and ask Arizona residents about their voting history. According to AZCentral, Senate President Karen Fann (R) on Friday penned a letter U.S. Department of Justice detailing the decision.

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