Jon Stewart skewers Republican presidential debate: 'Nobody puts crazy in a corner'
Our favorite part of Republican debates is not the actual debates, but finding out what fake news shows like "The Daily Show" will have to say about them. As always, Jon Stewart did not disappoint after Monday's rowdy Republican face-off.
The most lampoon-worthy moment of the debate was when Mitt Romney, in a bizarre fit of candidness, addressed the fact that he previously had illegal immigrants working at his home in Massachusetts. "We said 'Look, you can't have any illegals working on our property. I'm running for office, for Pete's sake,'" he says of his conversation with the landscaper contractor.
Yep. That happened.
In his critique, aptly titled "Fear and Pandering in Las Vegas," Stewart said, "There is no story that makes you look good that involves you saying 'I'm running for office, for Pete's sake.'" And then it got a little crude, and we liked it. Watch the NSFW-ish video above.