Jon Stewart Pops Up To Deliver Epic Anti-Trump Rant

This election wouldn’t have been the same without Jon chiming in.

After retiring from The Daily Show last year, Jon Stewart has basically stayed out out of the public eye. And that’s been a shame, because this crazy election season would have been perfect fodder for the satirical comic. Which is why, for his longtime fans, this video of Stewart launching into a brilliant anti-Donald Trump rant couldn’t have come soon enough.

While appearing on a live taping of David Axelrod’s podcast “The Axe Files,” Stewart called the presumptive Republican nominee a “man-baby,” explaining that Trump has the “the physical countenance of a man and a baby's temperament and hands.”

In the interview, the former talk show host also describes Trump as thin-skinned and hypocritical and blasts him for ridiculing his rivals and minorities (even while imploding when someone dares to throw the slightest of critiques Trump’s way).

Check out the entire interview below:


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