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"The Daily Show" correspondent openly trolled Trump supporters in a series of on-the-ground interviews.
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“Ok, I’m guilty, but it ain’t no thang," Baldwin's Trump admits.
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"They've been taping his ass the whole time," says "The Daily Show" spoof promo for the compilation.

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Will it be a missile? Will it be a Peloton? Trevor Noah roasts the U.S. and North Korean leaders over their latest spat.
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Comedian Ronny Chieng is grumbling about climate change ruining Christmas trees, Santa's ride and booze.
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The "Deadpool" actor had Jimmy Fallon running for cover.
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"Full Frontal" is fighting back against the presidential son's "Trigger A Lib" campaign.
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The "Late Show" host wonders why the president left a damning sentence in the edited document released to the media.
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"The Daily Show" created "The New York State Guide to Avoiding Charity Abuse." Its instructions are pretty simple.
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"When the numbers are this big, they’re just pretend,” soothes Kate McKinnon's "Warren" on the stump in Iowa.
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"The Late Show" host also poked fun at Trump's attorney over his recent cellphone gaffes.
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The House vote to impeach the president puts the 'Late Show' crew in a holiday mood.
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The "Late Show" host compares comments by House Republicans with one of history's biggest disasters.
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The "Late Night" host highlighted Trump's radical change of mind when it comes to one aspect of the impeachment inquiry.
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The "Tonight Show" host portrayed both world leaders for a special U.K.-themed comedy bit.
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The "Bombshell" star trotted out some new bonkers conspiracy theories to Stephen Colbert on "The Late Show."
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The president name-checked the movie, and the "Late Show" host responded with a song.
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Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, James Corden, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon all tackled the latest big development in the impeachment inquiry.
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"Lie Witness News" has people weighing in on North and South Korea reuniting, Trump making friendship bracelets with the Taliban and more.