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John Oliver Begs Trump To Get Into 2016 Presidential Primary

After opening up The Daily Show with a reminder that it's way too early for the media to be discussing the 2016 presidential primaries, guest host John Oliver was still more than willing to beg at least one Republican to join the GOP "clown car" again -- Donald Trump.
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After opening up The Daily Show with a reminder that it's way too early for the media to be discussing the 2016 presidential primaries, guest host John Oliver was still more than willing to beg at least one Republican to join the GOP "clown car" again -- Donald Trump.

Oliver is guest hosting for Jon Stewart for a couple more weeks and asked if the rest of the media could hold off on the horse race commentary until Stewart gets back. I don't think any of them are going to listen.

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