Trevor Noah Slams Trump’s ‘TV Cabinet’ Laura Ingraham, Tucker Carlson Over Immigration: ‘What The F**k’


On Tuesday night, Trevor Noah went after President Trump‘s “most trusted advisors”… Fox News hosts.

Noah began by giving praise to Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), who was one of many politicians on both sides of the aisle calling for the separation of illegal immigrant families at the southern border to end.

“I never thought I’d say this, but I agree with Ted Cruz,” Noah said. “We’ve given Ted Cruz a hard time on this show but let’s give him props. He wants to solve this problem. And I think we need to solve it before Ted Cruz decides to go to these detention centers himself. Because these kids have been through enough.”

He insisted that in order for Trump to change this policy, he has to get the “approval” of his “TV cabinet team.”

The Daily Show host first went after the “Secretary of Inhumane Services” Laura Ingraham for suggesting that these detentions centers are “essentially summer camps.”

“What kind of freaky-ass summer camps did she go to?” Noah reacted. “Was her family just dropping her off every June at state prison?… The point is not how nice the places are that they’re keeping these kids in, right? The point is that the federal government is snatching kids away from their parents. If you kidnap someone’s kid but you keep them in a really nice basement, that’s still not okay.”

Noah then blasted “Director of False Equivalencies” Tucker Carlson for insisting that the “elites” on television don’t even care about these children since they don’t have any of their own.

“Wow, this angry McNugget seriously just said you can’t care about kids unless you have kids,” Noah said. “That is the dumbest logic I have ever heard. How does Tucker not get that you can care about things that don’t directly affect you?”

Noah also had a “what the f**k” moment reacting to Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade for saying that “a lot” of migrant children who end up in his neighborhood “turn into MS-13.”

He later urged his viewers to demand change by calling those who can make it happen, but he didn’t give the phone number to Congress, he gave the phone number to Fox News.

Watch the clip above, via Comedy Central.

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