Trevor Noah says Donald Trump's COVID boredom is ironic and dangerous

Trevor Noah says Donald Trump's COVID boredom is ironic and dangerous

- Trevor Noah, in the latest episode of The Daily Show, took aim at comments that Donald Trump had made about the Covid-19 crisis

- The comedian joked about how funny and irresponsible it was that Trump found hearing about coronavirus boring

- Trevor added that as a world leader Trump should be focused on the pandemic, and then joked about how the president still brings Hillary Clinton up

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The latest episode of Trevor Noah's The Daily Show saw its host talking about Donald Trump's recent remarks on the coronavirus. The current US president has been telling his supporters how bored he is of "COVID, COVID, COVID".

Trevor mentioned how the whole world was tired of the virus, but that as a leader, Trump should be concerned with the citizens dying of the disease and telling people to still exercise caution because of it.

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The comedian didn't forget his jokes as he poked fun at the irony of Trump being bored about coronavirus while still talking about Hillary Clinton's emails. Hillary's emails were a scandal the Trump campaign referenced heavily before and during the 2016 presidential election.

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Trevor Noah has added his take on Donald Trump's most recent Covid remarks. Source: Getty Images
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The fact that both America and the White House continue to report cases was not lost on the talk show host, who also asked why Vice-President Mike Pence was travelling when five members of staff had tested positive.

The United States is leading numbers of coronavirus cases in total with cases reported daily and deaths due to the virus and its related complications.

The Daily Show tweeted a portion of the episode where Trevor continued poking fun at the White House while acknowledging the horrific effects of the pandemic. Watch it below:

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Trump and his wife had tested positive for coronavirus. The outspoken US president revealed his health status on his verified Twitter page on Friday, October 2.

The American president consequently returned to the White House after he reportedly received the best treatment available for the rampaging disease. On arrival at the White House, the president quickly removed his mask, and paused for a brief photo-op.

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