During his Fox News Sunday appearance, the failed Republican presidential candidate lamented that “the weakness that my campaign had was our weakness in taking my message to minority voters.”
“Remind me again? What was that message?” Stewart asked. Naturally, this was followed up by rolling tape of the infamous “47 percent” remark footage.
Stewart also tore into Ann Romney saying the electoral loss didn’t hurt her so much as make her sad “for the country,” likening her remark to “the girls who used to go on Maury Povich’s show” and taunt ex-lovers by saying “you could have all of this!”
As for Rodman, well… Stewart was in disbelief.
“How far down the Chicago Bulls roster do you need to go to get to ‘The Worm’?” Stewart mockingly asked, referring to the fact that apparent basketball fan and Korean dictator Kim Jong Un invited Rodman to come run a basketball camp for a few days in his country.
After playing Rodman’s infamous soundbite defending the North Korean labor camps as similar to how Bill Clinton “had sex with his secretary” and still maintained power in America, Stewart couldn’t hold back. Roleplaying as “two Korean prison inmates… in Dennis Rodman’s imagination,” Stewart said, “‘Hey did you hear about the U.S. president who got blown by his intern?’ ‘Wow, that place is no better than here.'”
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