Jon Stewart on Tucker Carlson’s Putin Interview & Trip to Russia | The Daily Show

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Published on February 19, 2024

In response to online backlash over his criticism of Joe Biden last week, Jon studies Tucker Carlson’s interview with Vladimir Putin in Russia for a lesson in speaking “of course” to power. Plus, Michael Kosta reports from North Korea to demonstrate how nice life under a dictatorship can be. #JonStewart #DailyShow #Comedy

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  • @bradhombre6912 2 months ago

    It’s too bad Tucker didn’t do a follow up segment in rural Russia. I’m sure his rural American audience would be even more interested to see how their counterparts live in Putin’s Utopia.

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  • @YodaBSith 2 months ago

    Sauron’s first job was at a Russian grocery store.

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  • @drradon 2 months ago

    Next week, Assange.

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  • @AlexandruMuntean89 2 months ago

    So Auchan (a french chain) is the epitome of Russian economics, right?

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  • @LordRefa 2 months ago

    Is Tucker an idiot or completely out of touch with reality? 🤔

    All his surprises and wondering of the grocery store is common systems in pretty much everywhere in the “Old World” of Europe as well, for the past 30 years

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  • @lastwinn7 2 months ago

    Btw, it’s not “woke and unwoke.” It’s “woke and ASLEEP.”

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  • @marilynminer677 2 months ago

    Tucker’s found his tribe. Take up residence there!

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  • @ligmapolzky1143 2 months ago

    I’d rather see an interview with the person we’re fighting a proxy war against with US tax money than not see anything from them, can’t trust any US “news” lol

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  • @MrBogThing 2 months ago

    Jon Stewart, known for potting out that The Emperor has no clothes, back from almost a decade of being away and only occasionally potting out that The Emperor has no clothes, in his first show back pots out that The Emperor has no clothes. why was anyone surprised by this?

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  • @barryvyner1161 2 months ago

    Ahh… comedy genius returns to our screens. Thank you Jon Stewart. Mind you, making fun of Tucker Carlson is hardly a stretch for someone of your capabilities. Similarly, ridiculing the posts of mindless cretins on social media is not really a stretch either. I look forward to seeing you settle in and flex your comedy muscles on a few less easy targets. Thanks though… still funny AF.

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  • @paulbikus1099 2 months ago

    Finally I Can’t wait for Monday 😂😂

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  • @Uridien 2 months ago

    This “man of the people” didn’t know that cart ramp exists here (maybe not necessarily at grocery stores). Shows how much he mingles with the little people

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  • @dmk_games 2 months ago

    Trump is such a threat that I understand why people need to unite behind an opponent to him… But you can unite people by having an amazing candidate rather than shouting down people who point out the obvious attacks the opposition are using on the perceived weaknesses of the candidate.

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  • @southrules 2 months ago

    Awesome, is Jon

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  • @MonkeyJedi99 2 months ago

    The Moscow subway IS beautiful.
    Why? Massive expenditures of public money to build and maintain it, and brutal penalties for any person who dares despoil it.

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  • @kayja2949 2 months ago

    Wow! Put in a quarter, get a cart, bring it back, and retrieve your quarter, you mean like Aldi’s?

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  • @Visceralreality 2 months ago

    Oh look, Jon bowed down to the critics…

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  • @user-yr9cq7su6q 2 months ago

    I never thought Jon Stewart could be mean. I’m no longer watching this show.

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  • @MorningHairProject 2 months ago

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  • @rdrooster9967 2 months ago

    Why wouldn’t he just stay in Russia HE’S HOME.

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