Trevor Noah has big plans regarding the coverage of President Donald Trump and Democrats in the 2020 election cycle in "The Daily Show".
"What will be interesting for me in 2020, is this new narrative and this new discussion around the Democratic Party – because for a long time it was only a scenario: Donald Trump 35-year-old Noah told a panel of SXSW (via Hollywood Reporter). "But now it's going to be: Who are the Democrats, what do they represent, what are their plans?"
"We will attend conventions, we will follow the primaries," revealed the South African comedian. "We will go wherever there is access."
While Noah is eager to cover the election cycle, he admits that another cycle is baffling him – the 24-hour news cycle, especially with respect to cable news.
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"What we have come to understand, is that there is no news cycle, no schedule, no plan," Noah admitted, according to the Hollywood Reporter. "When I came to take over from Jon [Stewart], the news cycle had a cadence. There was a rhythm, so you knew that at a certain time, there would be no news to create a show. Now it is 5:30 pm curse, we call it. At 5.30 pm someone is indicted, a tweet is posted, someone launches into a scandal, something is going to happen. "
He added: "We are creating the show of the day and we know very well that at 5 pm we will have a good chance of having to throw away most of the show and then create something new, and we have succeeded in make. "
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Although "The Daily Show" is a staple of the central comedy, Noah takes her anchor role seriously and hopes to be at least pretty informative during her tenure behind the desk.
"Our trip to the show" The Daily Show "is to figure out how to tell you what's really going on," Noah said. "One of the biggest problems that frustrates me in the United States is that when I look at cable news, I do not know what's going on."
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Noah explained that in South Africa, news channels rarely have commentators or segments of opinion, which leads him to wonder what he is watching in terms of electoral coverage. He expressed some frustration at the lack of serious coverage of the platforms and the candidates 'problems and the emphasis on the frivolous aspects of candidates' lives and personality quirks.
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"It should not be about how you eat a corndog, but rather how to treat Americans who eat too much corndogs with health care," he said. "It's what our trip is going to be now, it's to tell you exactly what's going on.If you look at 'The Daily Show', I'd like you to be able to return to your polling station knowing what your candidate thinks you are. for or against. This is the one I would like to do is to focus only on politics. I think most of the time, I think it's easy to get caught up in things that offend people and not those that affect them. "