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“If I still had a show,” says the 69-year-old, dressed in a baggy sweater and cargo pants and sitting high above midtown Manhattan in a conference room at his publicist’s offices, “people would have to come and take me off the stage. We’ve run out of tape.’ It’s all I’d be talking about.

I’d be exhausted.” Late-night TV comedy has offered some of the sharpest — and most-remarked-upon — responses to the Trump presidency.

The only person I can trust anymore is who has a great brain and a great heart. Well, at some point publicists took over the talk shows.

Rather than a laughable expression of ego run amok, it could be a useful tool. Just because Trump blurts something on Twitter doesn’t mean we have to run around pulling our hair out every time he does it. Let’s instead find ways to rebuild what is rational. He’s scary smart.” You figure, for somebody as viscerally unlikable as Ted Cruz to get as far as he’s gotten, he must be pretty smart. Aside from the hunt for viral videos, it seems like late night also had a shift in its style of comedy. The quote is “Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit.” If you can’t think of something funny, say something sarcastic. It’s also interesting how the late-night hosts have gotten softer with their interviews at the same time as they’ve gotten more biting with the news.

If we get a president sometime soon who does not have a mental disorder, Twitter will be useful. And the Democrats, goddamn it, get a little backbone, get a little spine. And this was coming from Al Franken, who I think is one of the one of the smartest people I’ve ever met. It moved away from the irony and sarcasm you were known for and toward something more earnest. Is something valuable lost when the discussions between the hosts and guests are always so pleasant?

” “Fuck you.” How is a white supremacist the chief adviser to our president? And poor Sean Spicer is a boob who just got out of a cab and now here he is. My situation would have been down in the instructional leagues, and I was dumb enough to put myself in a position where I was vulnerable. It’s not, “Two guys walk into a bar …” The premise being that the president is a lying idiot? For probably the first half or so of your TV career, you stayed away from politics —Because Carson was my model.

If what they’re saying about Trump is true, that’s major-league blackmail. Yes, I went through a blackmailing; yes, it’s horrible; yes, my behavior hurt a large number of people. I’ll tell you the other thing: All of that changed because of Jon Stewart. I wouldn’t say that, but he made it so that not doing political stuff got to be the elephant in the room.

When people around me would come up with ideas, I felt like, We’re just going to produce some little precious moment here and put it up on the internet?

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