Trevor: When something is evil there is no point in playing neutral

Cape Town – In a relaxed chat, South African comedian Trevor Noah answered questions and gave insight into how The Daily Show – which he hosts – functions. 

The conversation took place at the Tribeca TV Festival which was held at Cinepolis Chelsea and included the writers of The Daily Show.

The event happened on Sunday, 24 September 2017 in New York City.

On taking sides in reporting Trevor said the following: ”When there is something that is evil or bad, there is no point in playing neutral.”

See a clip of the 33-year-old saying that here:


Here’s what the bestselling South African author had to say about how The Daily Show functions:



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