The Daily Show organize Trevor Noah commended Meryl Streep for her “powerful” Golden Globes speech in which she lambasted Donald Trump (without saying his name). But Noah did discover “one tiny part” he was not happy via.

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“It was really good except for this one tiny component, for me, wright here Meryl Streep, like her character in Florence Foster Jenkins, was tone-deaf,” he began.

It was the component wbelow she talked about footsphere and mixed martial arts.

“Hollywood is crawling with outsiders and also foreigners, and if you kick us all out, you’ll have actually nopoint to watch except for football and blended martial arts, which are not arts,” she shelp during her acceptance speech for the Cecil B. DeMille award.


Noah described last night onThe Daily Show: “I understand also what Meryl Streep was trying to perform, and also I don’t understand if I could’ve done much better in that moment, however here’s the point I feel like we could all learn as people: You don’t need to make your allude by sh*tting on someone else’s point bereason most world love footsphere and the arts.” He went on to note he watched footround via friends Sunday before going on to watch the Golden Globes.

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He said if you emphasis solely on that part of her speech, you’re lacking the bigger message: “It was a speech about respect, it was a speech around empathy, and also many importantly, it was a speech about obligation.”


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