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25 years Ago Jon Stewart Took Over The Daily Show And Redefined Political Comedy

Hillary Clinton reacts to host Jon Stewart on The Daily Show in 2014. According to a new survey, Bernie Sanders’ supporters are more likely to watch the show than are Clinton’s supporters.

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25 years Ago Jon Stewart Took Over The Daily Show And Redefined Political Comedy

Hillary Clinton reacts to host Jon Stewart on The Daily Show in 2014. According to a new survey, Bernie Sanders’ supporters are more likely to watch the show than are Clinton’s supporters.

Frank Franklin II/AP

25 years Ago Jon Stewart Took Over The Daily Show And Redefined Political Comedy

Jon Stewart ushered in a new era of late night comedy and pushed the boundaries between news and entertainment.

Hillary Clinton reacts to host Jon Stewart on The Daily Show in 2014. According to a new survey, Bernie Sanders’ supporters are more likely to watch the show than are Clinton’s supporters.

Frank Franklin II/AP

 

Jon Stewart ushered in a new era of late night comedy and pushed the boundaries between news and entertainment.

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