During an interview with “The Daily Show’s” correspondent Jordon Klepper, a Trump supporter’s mathematical skills were seriously called into question in a hysterical segment.
Klepper interviewed a man, who was wearing a Donald Trump hat and a t-shirt. The conversation took place at a Trump campaign MAGA rally.
Klepper asked the man “why are you here?”
“Well, because two weeks ago I had a dream and in that dream, I had this vision,” the Trump supporter shared. before he turned around to show Klepper the back of his t-shirt which had print on it. The print on the t-shirt outlined a “Trump dynasty.”
Klepper immediately noticed that the t-shirt had errors printed on it.
“These are mostly one-term presidents,” Klepper noted.
“No, you’re not reading it right, brother,” the Trump supporter stated. “What does it say for Ivanka? What is the date?”
“Ivanka is 2024 to 2028,” Klepper replied.
“That’s eight years,” the Trump supporter claimed.
“That’s four years!” Klepper replied. “Your math is wrong.”
“No, my math is not wrong,” the Trump supporter claimed.
No matter what Klepper said the man would not admit that his math was off.
Watch the crazy exchange below.
— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) December 17, 2019
Klepper often makes the trip to Trump rallies to ask questions of Trump supporters.
In another episode, Klepper was sent out as a field reporter to cover a Trump rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania. His job was to ask Trump supporters about their thoughts on the impeachment process.
“It’s bulls—” and “Read the transcript” were the main responses that he received, but when further questioned none of them had actually read the transcripts themselves they had just decided to take Trump’s word.
In 2017, Klepper left “The Daily Show” to launch “The Opposition w/Jordon Klepper” and a comedic docuseries called “Klepper.” Klepper is well-known for his hysterical coverage of Trump’s campaign during the 2016 elections.
Klepper is now happy to be back on “The Daily Show” but not as happy as his fans are about his return.
“The 2020 election is turning into a mad American circus and I’d be damned if I wasn’t going to sneak in, throw a top hat on and start guessing everyone’s weight,” Klepper said.