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Stewart Mocks Republicans For Being Surprised By Trump's 'Projectile Vomit Of Dickishness'

The Daily Show's Jon Stewart returned from vacation this Monday and proceeded to skewer the Donald along with the Republicans who found themselves on the receiving end of his "projectile vomit of dickishness."

The Daily Show's Jon Stewart returned from vacation this Monday and proceeded to skewer the Donald along with the Republicans who found themselves on the receiving end of his "projectile vomit of dickishness."

Stewart wondered what Trump had been up to while he was away, and treated his audience to a portion of Trump's appearance over the weekend, where he attacked John McCain for his war record and mocked him being captured in Vietnam.

Stewart went onto make a mockery of Trump's lame attempts at backtracking and pretending he didn't say what everyone heard him say on camera, and for his attempt to play the victim card over people making fun of his hair.

He also laughed off Trump’s complaning to NBC News that while “[his] hair is fine,” nobody comes to his defense when people make fun of his hair.

“First things first: your hair’s not fine,” Stewart said. “I agree, making fun of someone’s physical appearance is a cheap blow. But that hair? That is comedy entrapment. People are not attacking your hair — they are defending themselves from something that appears like it’s about to attack them.”

After getting a shot in on Trump for his draft deferment from Vietman for a supposed bone spur he had in one of his feet, and for not being able to remember which foot it was during an interview he gave this week, Stewart moved onto the Republicans and their feigned surprise that Trump was acting this way towards John McCain.

“The only reason you like this guy in the first place is because of the terrible things he was willing to say about Obama,” he said. “But Trump has no control over the projectile vomit of dickishness that comes out of his mouth every time he opens it. It was inevitable some of his word puke was gonna get on you.”

The GOP should have known better, Stewart said, because the party had been down the same road in 2008 with Sarah Palin and her “Wasilla word salad.”

“Once you cast a spell and bring an Internet comment to life, it no longer belongs to you,” he explained. “Only this time, the chatroom troll emoji you’ve conjured has $10 billion of its own money.”


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