Trevor Noah took a dive into Donald Trump’s reality on Thursday night, and the particular rabbit hole he chose for entry was as good as any: the president’s bizarre ABC News interview with David Muir. That interview, argues Noah, seemed to confirm that Trump makes his own reality—his own set of “alternative facts,” if you will—and that that reality has no room for anything but praise and affirmation for Donald Trump and his personal beliefs.
Trevor Noah (born 20 February 1984) is a South African comedian, television and radio host, writer, and actor. He currently hosts The Daily Show, a late-night television talk show on Comedy Central.
Noah was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. His mother, Patricia Nombuyiselo Noah, is of Xhosa ancestry, and his father, Robert, is of Swiss German descent. During his childhood, his mother converted to Judaism. Noah spent his early youth in the private school of Maryvale College, a Catholic school in Johannesburg. During his childhood, he attended Roman Catholic church every Sunday. His parents’ relationship was illegal at the time of his birth under apartheid. His mother was jailed and fined by the South African white minority government, and his father later moved back to Switzerland. Noah was raised by his mother and maternal grandmother, Nomalizo Frances Noah. (Wikipedia).