Donald Noah Speaks Out Against Donald Trump
Trevor Noah blasted Donald Trump for making an offensive joke about disabled New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski and for disparaging immigrants and minorities in general. Additionally, Noah addressed Trump’s attitudes regarding immigration issues and minorities.
Late night hosts took aim at Donald Trump for his plan to end birthright citizenship through executive order. Some pointed out the irony in his claim that taking away the Fifth Amendment would reveal secrets.
Early Life and Education
Donald Noah was raised in a country characterized by segregation and his parents often clashed over their differences; his mother was black Xhosa while his father was Swiss white. Due to these disparate backgrounds and cultures influencing each other’s lives and comedy styles, his comic appeal extended across multiple audiences at once; further enhancing his impersonations talents with multiple languages spoken fluently by himself and others alike.
In 2015, Trevor Noah replaced Jon Stewart as host of The Daily Show and brought with him an international perspective to American politics that has propelled it forward to greater heights.
Noah leaves behind his wife Cheryl, son Derek and daughter Darla; three grandchildren: Avery N. Noah, Eden St. Dennis and Heath St. Dennis as well as his sister Frances Jenkins of Bucklin and close friend Pat.
Noah is responsible for ensuring government programs work harmoniously together and is also actively involved with protecting against bioterrorism threats. He often attends conferences and meetings to share information regarding programs; director of Wayne County Emergency Management Agency John Wise said he often solicits Noah’s input.
Noah operates a general veterinary practice and was an officer in the Ohio Air National Guard. Additionally, he holds 32nd degree Mason and Shriner memberships and boasts three sons as well as five grandchildren – not to mention being a great-grandfather!
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Achievement and Honors
Noah was an accomplished and renowned veterinarian and military pilot before transitioning into comedy. He held numerous professional and community leadership roles, such as president of both Ohio Veterinary Medical Association and Wooster Shrine Club and also served on Smithville Town Council.
Before taking over The Daily Show from Jon Stewart in 2015, most Americans had never heard of him; now he is one of the most beloved late-night hosts.
In 2018, he published his memoir Born A Crime which became an instantaneous New York Times bestseller. Additionally, he secured a multi-year production and distribution deal with Viacom as well as setting up Day Zero Productions, an indie production house founded by him. For his efforts he has received multiple awards and accolades; most notably receiving Botanical Society of America’s Certificate of Special Achievement award in 2023.
As a South African comic with global roots, Noah brought a fresh perspective and redefined late night TV as an inclusive space. Additionally, his presence transformed its content, making it younger and more inclusive than before.
He and his mother raised themselves in Soweto, a township known for its segregated living conditions, before writing a 2016 memoir entitled Born a Crime which detailed how his parents’ relationship was illegal even after apartheid had ended.
His humor compared Donald Trump to African dictators, showing how similar rhetoric was often used by both to brag about themselves and denigrate rivals. Unfortunately, this did not go over well among Trump supporters; nonetheless, he has continued his work within the entertainment industry, appearing in multiple movies as well as dating actress Minka Kelly who appeared on Friday Night Lights.
After making his name as a stand-up comic, Noah scored his break in 2015 when Comedy Central named him Jon Stewart’s chosen successor to host The Daily Show. His contract now pays him around $16 Million per year; plus he produces and stars in Netflix comedy specials.
Through his career, he has amassed an estimated net worth of $100 million. Additionally, his best-selling books and tours bring in millions for him each year.
He is an accomplished real estate investor with an impressive real estate portfolio that spans across US properties he owns, such as his duplex in Manhattan USA or a Japanese-inspired mansion he purchased for $20 million and later sold off for $21.5 million in 2021.