Trevor Noah: Trump is Worse than AIDS

But he’s a comedian, so, you know, it’s a joke.

Comedy Central’s Daily Show host Trevor Noah had several twisted analogies he shared about President Trump during his appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers on NBC.

First of all, Noah said Trump is a penis-shaped asteroid hurtling toward Earth:

“I like to think of it like Donald Trump is basically – he’s an asteroid headed towards the Earth. And it’s an asteroid, but it’s shaped like a penis.”

Meyers seemed to agree, saying that’s a “very good way of putting it.”

Being less graphic, Noah also compared Trump to Godzilla:

“What’s fun is finding how people relate to Donald Trump, you know what I mean? Everyone has a different connection to him, everyone has a different idea of him. So you get to a country, and you’re like, ‘What’s your view on Donald Trump?’ And then they tell you and you’re like, ‘Oh, this is a new way to see the same person.’ You know what I mean? It’s like, ‘How do you see Godzilla, from the front or the back?’”

Hilarious! (You know what I mean?) The audience sure loved it.

Noah, who is a native of South Africa, one-upped the typical Hitler comparisons when he juxtaposed the president with a devastating disease that is responsible for the deaths of millions worldwide:

“I do feel when traveling home to South Africa and to many countries, people almost enjoy that America’s going through Donald Trump… and then Africans are, like, ‘Yeah, yeah, I mean there’s AIDS, but you guys got Donald Trump.’ It balances out.’”

Nothing funnier than AIDS. No one on the Left has called him out on this, either.

Noah said the only way he’s surviving the epidemic of Trump is by finding humor in it all:

“On the one hand, I am terrified at the notion that he’s the president of the most powerful nation in the world. On the other hand, I know that I’m going to wake up and he’s going to make me laugh.”

There’s always the possibility of going back from whence you came, Trev, but we notice you like it here a lot. The money’s good, no?

Newsbusters has the clip:

 

 

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