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Ted Cruz for President? Late-Night Comedy Roundup
Mar 11, 2014
| 148-part series
Ted Cruz fell short in the Conservative Political Action Conference straw poll, losing to Kentucky's "raging libertarian" Rand Paul. However, Jon Stewart shows that straw poll patterns are actually in Cruz's favor going into 2016. Plus: Sarah Palin insults Sam-I-Am with her dig at Obamacare, but calls Obama a "good guy." And Stephen Colbert reports on the changing attitudes of Americans on the issues of marriage and marijuana: "You may now toke the bride."
Author: Mauro Whiteman
About This Series
Catch up on TV’s best jokes about politics and foreign policy