Jon Stewart didn’t mince phrases whereas talking out towards Donald Trump, blasting the president for retweeting a white energy video, and warning voters what 4 extra years of his presidency may deliver.
Jon Stewart urged voters to think about what’s at stake throughout the November 2020 presidential election, saying on The View that Donald Trump is the “greatest agent of chaos” within the United States. The former Daily Show host, 57, mentioned that Trump’s disastrous response to the coronavirus disaster is only one of his shortcomings, and that him remaining president might be simply as disastrous. “Which is bananas,” he famous.
Jon, who was on the present to advertise his political satire Irresistible, addressed the president’s horrifying habits on Twitter days prior. Trump tweeted a video of counter-protesters in Florida yelling at Black Lives Matter demonstrators. One man goes by in a golf cart whereas repeatedly yelling, “white power!” The president deleted the tweet and insisted that he didn’t hear that half. Jon, like many, wasn’t shopping for it. I feel he hears ‘white power’ on a regular basis,” he joked, tapping on his head. “So he thinks it’s coming from somewhere else. It’s like Muzak.”
He defined that whereas he initially didn’t help former Vice President Joe Biden within the 2020 race — he was extra of a Bernie Bro or Warren Guy — he’s all in now. Much of that help has to do with contemplating the choice, one other 4 years of Trump destroying democracy. “This is going to be the single most divisive campaign we’ve ever seen,” Jon mentioned. “He’s going to be [unintelligible] Nixon. He’s going to be all fear mongering. You see it right now. He’s going to be sitting in his basement tweeting out trolling videos. That’s just how it’s going to be.”
But Biden? He’s humble. “I just feel like we’re in such pain. There’s so much anguish… I think with Biden, he’s faced great hardship and grief. I think grief humbles a person, and there’s no artifice to that. I think we need a leader right now of humility. We certainly have the antithesis of that [with Trump].”