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Trevor Noah had a lot of with Donald Trump’s attacks on Ted Cruz for being born in Canada. After all, Trevor thought that Birtherism was only something that Republicans did to others — not that it could actually get done against them, too.

Larry Wilmore highlighted the worst part of the situation with North Korea: That our only real diplomatic contact with the megalomaniacal dictator Kim Jong Un is our own crazy former basketball player Dennis Rodman. And so, Larry conducted a special interview with “Dennis Rodman” himself.

Seth Meyers held his very own Democratic presidential debate:

Stephen Colbert checked back in on the presidential race, with another installment of his feature “The Hungry For Power Games” — this time paying tribute to the most recent two of the lesser lights who dropped out of the race, Lindsey Graham and George Pataki. “They were both brought low by a shameful chapter in their past: Government experience.”

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Tucker Carlson

Reprinted with permission from Media Matters

After spending the better part of a year discouraging viewers from getting vaccinated, Fox host Tucker Carlson took to the airwaves on November 29 to falsely claim that the U.S. has “achieved universal vaccination” and that continued high rates of coronavirus deaths mean the COVID-19 vaccination campaign is “the greatest public policy failure of all time.”

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