John Oliver Talks About The Disturbing Ways Trump Has Impacted America

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Oliver started by addressing a recent tweet from President Trump, which Trump sent as he wrapped up a trip to Asia last week. Oliver used Trump's reaction to the attack in Charlottesville, Virginia to explain this notion, saying the president repeatedly asked "what about" the alt-left in the wake of the tragedy, instead of condemning white nationalism.

While the past year has seemed long, according to Oliver, "The Trump presidency is basically a marathon-painful, pointless, and the majority of you didn't agree to run, but were signed up by your dumbest friend".

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Thanks to Trump, these techniques are spreading with a patina of legitimacy, Oliver said, pointing to Sean Hannity's pivoting from the allegations against Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore to Bill Clinton's alleged sexual misconduct.

Oliver noted that the notion that both Trump and other elected officials are resorting to these harmful tactics means it is more important than ever to be able to identify them, so the public can hold elected officials accountable for their actions.

Okay, the ex-presidents were wax.

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To close his show, Oliver enlisted the help of Tom Hanks, as he surprised his audience with a trailer of a faux-Warren G. Harding biopic set for release next year. "I know we can count on you, but I'm afraid this isn't a one-man job".

"Gentleman, let's go wax these bastards", Hanks said, as the trailer ended, giving a dramatic conclusion to Oliver's show.

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