John Oliver Nails The Most Terrifying Half Of Donald Trump’s Legacy

Opposite to the track, all of the world doesn’t love a clown. Particularly a Republican clown operating for workplace, John Oliver mentioned Sunday on “Final Week Tonight.”

The host slammed the rising breed of GOP political hopefuls who “communicate to the post-Trump development the place excessive cartoonishness isn’t a deal-breaker for candidates ― it’s a promoting level.” (Watch the video under.)

Oliver launched Senate candidate Mark McCloskey, the St. Louis legal professional who pointed his gun at BLM protesters; Philadelphia D.A.-seeking Charles Peruto Jr., a white lawyer who mentioned “I perceive Black individuals nearly in addition to a Black particular person”; and New York governor aspirant Andrew Giuliani, a particular assistant to former President Donald Trump and son of Rudy Giuliani (sufficient mentioned).

“Andrew Giuliani is ridiculous. All these candidates are ridiculous,” Oliver mentioned. “But when the previous couple of years has taught us something, it’s that ridiculous individuals can find yourself getting elected.” 

He continued: “These individuals appear to be clowns. They’re clowns. Nevertheless it’s necessary to keep in mind that clowns, whereas humorous, are additionally fucking terrifying. And this week gave us one other reminder that if you’re not very cautious you possibly can wind up with a clown automotive filled with them making extremely necessary selections about your life.”

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