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Donald Sterling is So Awful That The Daily Show had to Make a Whole New Segment for Him

Earlier today, we posted about Stephen Colbert's expert breakdown of the responses to Michael Sam's kiss on ESPN, but he wasn't the only Comedy Central host who was doing A+ work last night. The Daily Show analyzed Donald Sterling's half-hearted apology, and there was so much to mock that they had to introduce a brand new segment to the show -- the "Wow, Did Not See That Coming" segment.

Between saying that he just made one mistake to some pretty reprehensible statements regarding Magic Johnson, Stewart had a lot of territory to cover, and he does so with such finesse I want to stand up and applaud.

[The Daily Show]

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