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Late-night TV’s best responses to the _hour_ Steve Bannon meet

Trump advisor Steve Bannon (L) watches as US President Donald Trump greets Elon Musk, SpaceX and Tesla CEO, before a policy and strategy forum with executives in the State Dining Room of the White House February 3, 2017 in Washington, DC. / AFP / Brendan Smialowski (Photo credit should read BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

 

On Sunday night, previous White House strategist Steve Bannon did much to startle watchers of “a hour” and next to no to shroud his poisonous white patriotism. It was a prime minute for the sharp claws generally night TV.

“The Daily Show” have Trevor Noah started his monolog Monday by playing a clasp from Bannon’s meeting with Charlie Rose. Bannon said he couldn’t have cared less if the prevailing press called him an against Semite or a bigot. “Goodness, it resembles Donald Trump took a dump while he was tweeting, and afterward longed for that dump to be a genuine kid,” Noah said.

Later in the “hour” talk with, Bannon blamed Rose for touting a liberal line by demanding that workers and non-white individuals had added to the development and thriving of America. “In the formula of how to make America, I feel like Steve Bannon forgot a critical fixing . . . Subjection” Noah said. “They brought down the statues and Steve Bannon overlooked the history.”

Noah said that he contacted an expert genealogist who discovered that Bannon’s extraordinary incredible granddad Lawrence Bannon landed in the U.S. from Ireland by the 1850s, “when America’s outskirts were open to the point that Irishmen could stroll into the nation without any travel permits, no visas, no personal investigations of any sort.” He included, “In this way, from numerous points of view, Steve Bannon’s awesome granddad was a DREAMer . . . what’s more, his extraordinary grandson is a f**king bad dream.”

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