Trevor’s 10-Year-Old Brother Explains Race – Between the Scenes | The Daily Show

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  • Stanley Ravi 10 months ago

    The truck driver who gave me lift was passing a forest checkpost, the checking guys ask him what’s inside, he said, “Tea waste”

    I said him where he was going with that stuff, and he said, “Nestle”

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  • zidia Mcmillan 10 months ago

    This is how Zweli gets famous in South Africa:)

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  • zidia Mcmillan 10 months ago

    “it’s all Nestle” Trevor needs to trademark this

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  • Lady Wagiu 10 months ago

    BRING YOUR BROTHER TO THE SHOW, PLEASE!!!

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  • T. Thomas 10 months ago

    Hahaha 😆😆😆

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  • Julie Holmes 10 months ago

    He’ll make a fine human when he grows up! Just like his bother! Love this family!

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  • ale pedraza 10 months ago

    “why is your brother white” LMAOOOO

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  • Susan Glick 10 months ago

    Sweet, although Nestlé not the sweetest corporation.

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  • laura smith 10 months ago

    I love it I guess being funny runs in Trevor’s family

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  • Diweni 10 months ago

    this just gave me the energy boost I needed… thank you Trevor

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  • karla gonzalez 10 months ago

    After all, “life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get” 💝

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  • Zenande Nurunessa 10 months ago

    I love this side of Trevor no script just him.

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  • Ifeoluwa Folorunsho 10 months ago

    Gets me everytime!! 😆

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  • Karlene 10 months ago

    Wish I knew how to add an emoji. 🙂 This is so funny I had to share it. Thanks to you & your brother.

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  • sally critchley 10 months ago

    This reminds me of one of the very best days in my 43 years of teaching children ages 5 -7 years old. I was reading a picture book about Martin Luther King Jr. to my Kindergarten class. There was an illustration of 2 water fountains, one labeled black and one labeled white. I saw one of my students studying his arm and frowning. Suddenly his hand shot up in the air waving madly. I paused, nodded to my student, and waited for his response. It went like this! “But Mrs. C we are not black or white!” I agreed, but before I attempted to explain the signs, I asked my student what he thought we were. He studied his arm intently for about 30 seconds more and responded with; “I think we are all just different shades of brown.” His fellow classmates and I all agreed with his wisdom. Every year after that and every opportunity I get I retell this story and I end the retelling with this. “I get my best ideas from kids!”

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  • Miah Leissa 10 months ago

    I love it! lol Thanks for the smile, Trevor!

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  • missjessie1985 10 months ago

    I can listen to this over and over again
    Thank you Trevor for sharing this

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  • TheGrandy123 10 months ago

    Sooo smart

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  • Dayna Meshefski 10 months ago

    That is the greatest thing I’ve ever heard!

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  • Low Janice 10 months ago

    What a great example!

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