PRESIDENT OBAMA TO REPLACE TREVOR NOAH ON THE DAILY SHOW
WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama is to take over from Trevor Noah as host of the Daily Show early next year.
Following eight massively successful gigs at the Annual Correspondents Dinner in Washington President Obama is ready for the big time. Ever since Jon Stewart left, The Daily Show has been treading water. South African host Trevor Noah has valiantly tried to take on what many saw as an impossible job, but now it looks as though he was basically keeping the seat warm as President Obama finished his official duties.
President Obama spoke EXCLUSIVELY with the Studio Exec:
I won’t deny it. I’ve really enjoyed the times I’ve been allowed to let loose with some jokes. The dinners have been the highlight of my presidency. I mean Killing Osama Bin Laden was one thing, but killing it is another thing altogether.
Who are your comic heroes?
Well, I won’t deny that I am a huge fan of Jon Stewart obviously, but I also go back to Richard Pryor as my all out hero. He is the best. Bill Hicks and Louis CK as well as George Carlin are close but it is Richie who really got me into listening to comedy albums. He’s just so raw and true. And he’s lived the life if you know what I mean.
The Daily Show with Barack Obama will broadcast in January 2017.