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Stephen Colbert weighs in on who can replace Trevor Noah on The Daily Show

Stephen Colbert is basically Comedy Central Kings. Late Show The host had an unforgettable run daily offer As a reporter before he topped his own show, Colbert Report, 2005 to 2014. He left the successful satire to take over as David Letterman at CBS, yet he clearly has fond memories of his long tenure at the network. Based on the recent news that Trevor Noah is leaving dissolved solidsColbert was asked to comment on what the future holds for the satirical news program, and gave an honest response.

During an interview with Charlamagne Tha God on his show, hell of the weekStephen Colbert remembered his time daily offer, so it was only natural that the conversation turned to who he thought was best to succeed Trevor Noah. While shyly expressing concern about the show’s future, he said:

Jon Stewart is available. He only does ten shows a year at Apple, and he can do The Daily Show at the same time. I don’t know who you think I like Roy Wood Jr. so much, and many people in this room enjoy him too.

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