Trevor Noah just came up with the only apt way to describe Donald Trump's recent press conference: a hurricane. The Daily Show host used his segment to replay the most notable one-liners from the train wreck of a conference in which Trump blasted the press and defended his administration. "I can't play you the entire press conference," Noah said. "We only have 30 minutes and he spoke for, like, six days."
The first moment he tackled was the POTUS' declaration that he apparently had the biggest electoral college win since Ronald Reagan, which is, in fact, false. Although Trump's excuse for declaring this was that he was simply "given that information," Noah wasn't about to let him get away with it. "If you can't trust your president to get the right information on a Google-able fact, then can you really trust him with the harder stuff? We're talking first-page Google, guys. Not even deep," he said.
Next Noah played the clip of Trump seeking out a "simple, easy question" from a "friendly reporter" in the audience. On Trump's unhappiness with the reporter's question, Noah said it was disturbing that we "have a president of a democracy who thinks press is only valid when they ask him easy questions — questions that he likes. In fact, in his mind, he deserves it."
Watch the clip above to see Noah pick apart the entire event.