- South African comedian Trevor Noah has been providing some hilarious insight into the Democratic leadership elections
- On The Daily Show, Noah posed the burning question as to whether a billionaire could buy an electoral victory
- Noah made reference to candidate Mike Bloomberg and hilariously roasted him for his campaign strategy and the huge amount spent
South African comedian Trevor Noah has made a name for himself through his hilarious stand-up performances.
Although comedy is Noah's forte, avid fans will no doubt be aware that his material has a strong political element.
The likes of EFF leader Julius Malema and former president Jacob Zuma were regularly impersonated by Noah.
Through his work on The Daily Show in the United States, Noah has shifted his focus to American political leaders.
The country is in the midst of its Democratic presidential election and Noah zoned in on one of the candidates Mike Bloomberg.
Noah posed the question on a recent show to determine whether a billionaire would be able to buy his way to victory.
With Bloomberg boasting an incredible fortune, the politician has recently been pumping millions into his campaign.
The video clip details a concise summary of the election thus far, with some classic bits of comedy.
Meanwhile, Noah reacted to President Trump's reaction to the spread of the dreaded coronavirus.
Briefly.co.za reported that Noah has little faith that the American president is equipped to tackle the potential pandemic.
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