There were three times more jokes about Donald Trump than Hillary Clinton on late night comedy shows from last September to April, according to a George Mason University study.
There were three times more jokes about Donald Trump than Hillary Clinton on late night comedy shows from last September to April, according to a George Mason University study. Steve Helber AP
There were three times more jokes about Donald Trump than Hillary Clinton on late night comedy shows from last September to April, according to a George Mason University study. Steve Helber AP

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