It took Jon Stewart two minutes to mention SF versus the “Daily Show.”

FILE – Jon Stewart hosts “The Daily Show” on Aug. 6, 2015 in New York City. Stewart returned to “The Daily Show” on Monday night. He was on the air for less than two minutes before he mentioned San Francisco.

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Comedian and political commentator Jon Stewart returned to host “The Daily Show” on Monday night, in his first stint as host since leaving the show more than eight years ago. It took him less than two minutes to mention San Francisco.

Stewart began his opening statement by talking about Sunday's Super Bowl, in which the Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers 25-22 in overtime, denying the Niners their sixth Lombardi Trophy and giving Kansas City its third title in five years.

Stewart noted that the game was a no-win situation for the Conservatives, saying the victory from the leaders demonstrated that “the decades-long conspiracy that… [tight end] Travis [Kelce] And [pop star] Taylor [Swift] “America’s brainwashing to get routine vaccinations is complete,” she said, referring to the bizarre theory that Swift and Kelsey’s relationship was created by Democrats.

“But it was really a no-win for conservatives,” Stewart continued, “because if the leaders lose, who wins? Jay Pelosi Stan's Communist People's Republic? It's as if the right's ridiculous obsession with politicizing every aspect of American life is ruining everything.”

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Stewart has been a fixture on Comedy Central for nearly two decades. During his 16-year career as host of “The Daily Show,” he gained a reputation as one of the most influential and influential political voices on television.

The rest of Monday's 50-minute episode focused primarily on the ages of Joe Biden (81 years old) and Donald Trump (77 years old), the main presidential candidates, in a segment that carried several titles, such as “Antiques Roadshow” and “Electoral Dysfunction.” He also interviewed Zane Minton Beddos, editor-in-chief of The Economist.

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Stewart made another foray into television in 2021 with the Apple TV+ exclusive talk show The Trouble with Jon Stewart, but the show was canceled after just two seasons. in Interview with CBS on MondayStewart said the show was canceled because “they didn't want me to say things that might get me in trouble,” and he said he wanted to return to “The Daily Show” in part because he wanted “somewhere to dump my thoughts while we do this.” We are entering this election season.

Stewart is scheduled to host The Daily Show every Monday. The Daily Show team is scheduled to host Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday episodes.

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