Somebody's feelings were hurt!
What happens on Twitter doesn't stay on Twitter.
At a Stand Up For Heroes benefit in New York City this Tuesday, the beloved former host of “The Daily Show” took the stage to tell an expletive-laden tale of the Republican nominee.
Jewish comedian's first project for premium cable network expected to involve timely short-form digital content.
As of midday Friday, more than 159,000 people had signed a petition for the comedian to be a debate host.
Jon Stewart was many things to many people: A self-hating Jew to those who loathed him, a well of knowledge to those who revered him, but too all he was a seminal figure in the political sphere.
Stewart reflected that "The thing I'm going to miss most about this place is the people," who he said "never fail to have my back ... This is the most beautiful place I've ever been."
Obama and Stewart sat down for a lengthy conversation, beginning with Iran, for their last on-air exchange before Stewart's expected retirement in August.
From funnyman Jon Stewart to talented beauty Gal Gadot, these Jews keep us entertained!
Goodbyes are always difficult, but this week, two American late-night titans – Jon Stewart and David Letterman – prepared themselves to do just that.