Trevor Noah: Trump Has Disrespected the Country More Than Any NFL Player

29 September, 2017, 00:23 | Author: Courtney Perry
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"That's the whole thing that they're protesting in the first place!" That was unnecessary. That was unnecessary roughness.

Can't quite condemn neo-Nazis, overwhelmingly condemns black protesters... Hmm...

He then shouted to the audience: "Listen to this: Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpBiden slams Trump over golf gif hitting Clinton Trump Jr. declines further Secret Service protection: report Report: Mueller warned Manafort to expect an indictment MORE is president". "I can say that with confidence".

And Meyers argued that Trump's tweets were also created to distract people from other issues, like the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and the effort to push through the Graham-Cassidy health care bill.

He then mocked Trump's assurance that this had "nothing to do with race."

If you woke up this morning curious if the president of your country is still more concerned with athletes standing for a flag and national anthem than the welfare of the citizens both totems are meant to represent, congratulations, you might just live in America.


"You see, Kaepernick changed his protest to take a knee because clearly he does respect the troops", Noah said. Steph Curry already said he ain't going!

Meyers concluded: "Is there anything better than calling Donald Trump a bum?"

"On Friday night, Trump went to Alabama to campaign for a republican senate candidate, although I don't remember the candidate's name or anything about him because instead Trump made a decision to attack the NFL", Noah began, showing footage of Trump's comments, which come in the wake of more extensive research regarding the problem of CTE, a degenerative brain disease, across the league. Noah asked. "How can one person be on the wrong side of everything in history?"

Noah summarized the news by saying he didn't know "if Trump is racist".

"Really? That's the loudest booing you've ever heard?" The Confederate flag. That's basically waving a picture of your ex around".

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