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Noah mocks Rupert Murdoch’s ‘vaguely racist’ tweet: Now Obama’s not black enough for conservatives

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Daily Show host Trevor Noah weighed in on Thursday on Rupert Murdoch’s online insult against President Barack Obama,

“This is eye-opening. This whole time, conservatives have been accused of disliking Obama because he’s too black,” Noah observed. “Now it turns out the problem is that he isn’t black enough. Well, at least according to my ni*ga Rupert Murdoch.”

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On Wednesday, the News Corp founder complimented Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson on Twitter by saying that if elected, he would give the US a “real black president.”

Noah — no stranger to criticism for his Twitter posts himself — offered at least one possible explanation for Murdoch’s remark.

“Maybe the guy suffers from insomnia and the only thing that solves it is vaguely racist tweeting,” he said.

Speaking of Carson, the host revisited his critique of Carson’s statements on mass shootings a day after speculating that the former neurosurgeon wanted to send victims into the line of fire because he was actually a zombie.

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Carson’s statement earlier in the day that he was held up at a Popeye’s “organization” but directed the gunman toward the counter, Noah said, put things in a new light.

“He said he would try to get everyone to rush the gunman,” Noah argued. “But I have a feeling it would be more like, ‘Hey guys, everybody attack him.'”

With that, Noah backed away from the scene, before producing “footage” of Carson pointing the robber toward store employees and then eating his meal without bothering to help anyone else.

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Watch Noah’s commentary, as posted online on Thursday, below.

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CNN panel busts Trump for ‘grotesque’ lynching comment in effort to create chaos before key impeachment hearing

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Moments after Donald Trump fired off a tweet calling his impending impeachment a "lynching" a CNN panel hammered the president for making the horrific comparison -- but also pointed out that the president's use of the word was timed for a very specific reason.

Admitting a reluctance to read Trump's tweets on the air, "New Day" host Alisyn Camerota nonetheless, recited the president's tweet, reading, "So some day, if a Democrat becomes President and the Republicans win the House, even by a tiny margin, they can impeach the President, without due process or fairness or any legal rights,” Trump tweeted. “All Republicans must remember what they are witnessing here – a lynching. But we will WIN!” with obvious disgust.

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‘We’ve got a queer running for president!’ Tennessee official bursts into a racist, anti-gay rant at council meeting

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On Monday in Sevier County, Tennessee, during a county commission meeting to discuss a pending vote to become a gun sanctuary city, Commissioner Warren Hurst exploded in a racist, homophobic tirade that stunned onlookers.

"It's time we wake up people, it's time, it's past time," said Hurst, in footage originally captured by WVLT News. "We got a queer running for president, if that ain't about as ugly as you can get. Look what we got running for president in the Democratic party. We can go over here to [Sevier County Sheriff] Hoss' jail and get better people out of there than those running for Democratic [sic] to be president of the United States."

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James Clyburn schools Trump over ‘lynching’ tweet: ‘I’m a product of the South — I know the history of that word’

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Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) on Tuesday schooled President Donald Trump for accusing House Democrats of "lynching" him through their impeachment inquiry.

After CNN host John Berman read Clyburn the president's tweet and asked him for his opinion, the congressman accused the president of being deliberately inflammatory in order to distract from his own actions.

"The president has also been pretty loose with his words, and this is another indication of that," he said. "I really believe this man is prone to inflammatory statements and that is one word no president ought to apply to himself."

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