Thousands of people have been sharing a comment by the "Daily Show" host in August 2020. Noah said: "Nobody drives into a city with guns because they love someone else's business that much."
The MyPillow CEO has frequently pushed false claims about the election result and believes Trump will return as president in August.
"Ethnic replacement" and "obedient third world" immigrants were part of the "eerily" similar remarks highlighted by Carlson and white supremacist mass shooters on 'The Daily Show' Friday.
The Daily Show host criticized the Texas senator for turning "people who actually need real help into political props" since his return from Mexico.
Democratic Rep. Cori Bush also spoke about facing "white supremacy" in Congress and explained how she planned to counter it.
The host of The Daily Show went as far as to say that the congresswoman is undercover as a Republican to make the GOP appear "unhinged."
The former "Daily Show" host was moved to join the platform amid the Wall Street/Reddit/GameStop frenzy that currently has enthralled the world.
"If you get fired at Best Buy, they don't just let you steal a TV on the way out," Noah said on Monday's "The Daily Show."
"I mean, this dude was going all over the country refusing to wear a mask. What do you expect?" The Daily Show host said on Monday's episode.
"The Democrats are being sore losers. They refuse to acknowledge they lost the election," said Kayleigh McEnany in 2018.
Twitter's anti-Trump contingent piled on the president after he declared himself victorious in states that are still considered too close to call.
The live one-hour election night episode, titled "Votegasm 2020: What Could Go Wrong? (Again)," will air on Tuesday across six ViacomCBS networks.
"I don't believe that the world is ending, but I do believe that keeping the world moving forward is a team effort," Trevor Noah told Newsweek.
Cruz comment came in response to a "Daily Show" comedic monologue about how gender reveal parties are outdated and dangerous.
The cast of "The Daily Show" posed as partners in a humorous law firm for "presidential attorneys," complete with a phone number you can call.
"Well, I think it is a fair point to raise as to whether or not, if he loses, he's going to go quietly or not. And we have to be ready for that," Hillary Clinton told Trevor Noah on Monday's episode of "The Daily Show."
"We're in the middle of a pandemic and Trump's people are scrambling like they're on an Andy Cohen reunion show," Trevor Noah said on "The Daily Show" on Thursday night.
The Comedy Central news show asked viewers which screencap from Fox News was most iconic.
Trevor Noah checked in with his new format, "The Tonight Show: At Home," and Samantha Bee showed off her wood chopping skills on "Beeing At Home."
"The Daily Show" host asked the former secretary of state about the right-wing conspiracy theories she is accused of being a part of.
Footage has surfaced of President Trump contradicting himself on the matter of the Kurdish freedom fighters who had fought alongside American troops, only one year apart.
"If we can't agree on what is happening how can we decide what we should do about it?" Snowden said, defending his decision to leak NSA secrets.
The Daily Show host mocked the departure of the national security adviser, who disputes that he was fired, insisting instead that he quit the Donald Trump administration.
Winfrey recently spoke to the alleged sexual abuse victims of Michael Jackson featured in the Leaving Neverland documentary for an HBO special.
In a special episode of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," the tables were turned on the host.
"Forget intern, a president with anyone is a power imbalance," The Daily Show host said.