Jon Stewart: Trump isn’t some incredible supervillain

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Comedian Jon Stewart discusses with CNN’s Jake Tapper why he thinks the country’s focus on former President Donald Trump is a mistake and painting him like an “incredible supervillain” is the wrong move. #CNN #News

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