Trevor Noah Mocks Hillary Clinton for Pandering to Millennials with Lena Dunham
"If you can’t get excited, be pragmatic and do it anyway."
Trevor Noah continued his "war on bullshit" during his second episode of The Daily Show, calling out Ben Carson and Hillary Clinton for inauthentically aligning with Kanye West and Lena Dunham.
Calling it "Panderdemic 2016," Noah aired clips of politicians' recent tendency for "pretending to like young people things," including Marco Rubio sharing his thoughts on the Biggie and Tupac feud, and Carson's advice for West to record uplifting music.
"Wow, Ben Carson is giving Kanye West music advice," said Noah, then joking of a monotone Carson-West mixtape.
And of Dunham's recent interview with Clinton, in which he highlighted moments of forced enthusiasm, Noah pointed to Clinton's own words to sum it all up: " 'If you can’t get excited, be pragmatic and do it anyway,' " he quoted. "That is the worst hype speech I’ve ever heard in my life!"
Watch the video below.