John Oliver starts his first match Last week Tonight practice since last week’s midterm elections by highlight the truth that the Democrats did “better than expected” and left Fox News pundits “scrambled for answers” afterward.
After sharing a clip of figures like Jesse Watters complaining that single women were voting Democrats by huge margins and Laura Ingraham, Raymond Arroyo’s companion, chalked it up. results for the left providing young people with “recreational drugs, abortions, paying off student loans, possible policies they promise to develop — and climate change,” Oliver was appropriately confused.
The presenter said: “We don’t have time to go into all the ways they’re talking about themselves there, from appalling that young people voted to admitting that they have no viable policy.” “And adding climate change as a full-fledged way is a pretty interesting way to end that. A pretty little cherry on a what-how-we-do cake.”
From there, Oliver turned to someone with take the burden of blame for this week’s GOP failures: Donald Trump. “Even some people on Fox have made it clear they have a new Republican favorite,” he said, broadcasting a clip of Fox Business host Stuart Varney, gleefully agreeing that Ron DeSantis is the “DeFuture” of the party.
“The prospect of a DeSantis President is just one of many worries that loomed under all of the good news on Tuesday,” he said, adding that Democrats “still have a lot of work to do.” do”.
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