Trevor Noah KILLS IT On ‘The Daily Show’ With A New Segment About Trump (TWEETS/VIDEO)

The Daily Show host, Trevor Noah, unveiled a new segment on his show last night. It is called the “Viral Rant.” He was talking about Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, and his harsh take on immigration.

He also described how America is already great because of the immigrants we welcome. People come here from all over the world to try and make a better life for themselves.

Trevor Noah
Image via YouTube screengrab.

Noah also slyly mentioned Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, and her recent controversial comments. She used the phrase, “basket of deplorables,” to refer to Trump supporters. That’s so unfair… the number should be way higher. Noah said:

“Let me tell you about the greatest country in the world. The greatest country in the world is the country that accepts people who come in from everywhere in the world, Mr. Donald Trump. And I know you think half the country is a ‘basket of deportables’ — yeah, I said it, ‘deportables,’ not ‘deplorables’ — but the good people of America know the greatest country in the world is the country where you can come in and create anything.”

Noah mentioned the fact the Steve Jobs’ father was a Syrian migrant when he said:

“The iPhone came from Syria, Donald Trump. The same iPhone that you tweet s‑‑‑ about the refugees on. So every time you tweet with those fat little tiny fingers of yours, you should be saying thank you to them for giving you that same phone.”

The hashtag #ViralRant is trending. There are comments for and against what Noah said:

Noah ended with:

“The fact that a South African can be sitting in this chair that was once run by an American and can be telling you all of this — this proves how great this country is.”

Yes, Trumpkin, we don’t appreciate your hate, and you will crash and burn at the polls in  November.

Here is Noah’s entire rant (Language Warning):

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