Listen: Jon Stewart, Congress And Donald Trump discussed on Brian Kilmeade
"So comedian Jon Stewart, and this, this all ties into how we're spending our money, you know, it enrages me that we focused so much on the misdirect the shiny object over here, which is so easy to look at if Donald Trump says something and people jumped down as throat, then the people who support him jump down the throats of the people jumping down his throat. It's like at the end of the day, there are things going on real things happening real things that congress has missing that we are missing. And comedian Jon Stewart he was calling on lawmakers in congress to permanently reauthorize money for September eleventh victim compensation. So there's a whole fun put together and it's running out of money. So it provides benefits to first responders and others dealing with illnesses related to the two thousand one terror attacks. So after that happened, they set up this fund, and of course they were denied in the beginning saying, no, it wasn't the rubble that's causing your. Cough. No. It wasn't the rubble that all of you now have cancer. I mean people have cancer. Okay. This is due to the aftermath of the attacks people suffering from respiratory diseases. So here's what Jon Stewart had to say. Here's a little piece,"