Trevor Noah Jokes That Black People Should ‘See How Far We Can Push Starbucks’ (Video)

On Wednesday’s episode of “The Daily Show,” Trevor Noah took a minute to celebrate “good news” for racist Starbucks employees, and suggested that black people have a little fun at the coffee shop chain’s expense over the wrongful arrest of two black customers last week.

“If you’re a racist barista at Starbucks, good news! You’ve got about a month left to wild out,” Noah said about the company’s announcement that it will give employees new racial-bias training after two black men were arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks last Thursday while waiting for a friend to join them.

Video of the arrest, in which other customers were heard insisting the two men had done nothing wrong, went viral over the weekend. Philadelphia police have since opened an investigation, the store’s manager was fired, and Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson publicly apologized.

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“I just want to say props to Starbucks. As a company, they didn’t just apologize, they’re actually doing something about it… and I bet from now on they’re gonna be a lot more careful when it comes to dealing with race,” Noah said.

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“In fact I was thinking,” Noah continued, “you know what black people should do? I think we should see just how far we can push Starbucks now, just to mess with them. Like, now we go back after they’ve done the racial bias training, and just use the bathroom but take all the toilet paper home with us.”

Noah continued with a few other examples of what could be done to mess with Starbucks. Watch the whole thing above.

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On Wednesday’s episode of “The Daily Show,” Trevor Noah took a minute to celebrate “good news” for racist Starbucks employees, and suggested that black people have a little fun at the coffee shop chain’s expense over the wrongful arrest of two black customers last week.

“If you’re a racist barista at Starbucks, good news! You’ve got about a month left to wild out,” Noah said about the company’s announcement that it will give employees new racial-bias training after two black men were arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks last Thursday while waiting for a friend to join them.

Video of the arrest, in which other customers were heard insisting the two men had done nothing wrong, went viral over the weekend. Philadelphia police have since opened an investigation, the store’s manager was fired, and Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson publicly apologized.

“I just want to say props to Starbucks. As a company, they didn’t just apologize, they’re actually doing something about it… and I bet from now on they’re gonna be a lot more careful when it comes to dealing with race,” Noah said.

“In fact I was thinking,” Noah continued, “you know what black people should do? I think we should see just how far we can push Starbucks now, just to mess with them. Like, now we go back after they’ve done the racial bias training, and just use the bathroom but take all the toilet paper home with us.”

Noah continued with a few other examples of what could be done to mess with Starbucks. Watch the whole thing above.

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Trevor Noah: Sean Hannity Isn’t Mad Covering FBI Raid On Michael Cohen’s Office, He’s Scared

Trevor Noah joined the pile-on of late-night hosts having fun with today’s revelation Sean Hannity is the “mystery” third client of Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen.
Cohen, who now finds himself in “deep federal investigation shit” after an FBI raid on his office, home, and hotel room, only had had three clients in the past year, The Daily Show host explained.
First is President Trump, who Cohen helped to pay off a porn star with whom Trump allegedly had an…

Trevor Noah joined the pile-on of late-night hosts having fun with today’s revelation Sean Hannity is the “mystery” third client of Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen. Cohen, who now finds himself in “deep federal investigation shit” after an FBI raid on his office, home, and hotel room, only had had three clients in the past year, The Daily Show host explained. First is President Trump, who Cohen helped to pay off a porn star with whom Trump allegedly had an…

Trevor Noah on All Those Trump-Related Hush Payments: ‘His Dong Has Its Own Economy’ (Video)

This has been a particularly hectic week for Donald Trump-related news, and keeping up with everything has proven impossible for regular people and late-night talk show hosts alike. They have to just pick one thing and go with it each day because there’s no way to get to everything. On Thursday night, “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah decided that the report about the possibility that Trump had a secret love child in the ’80s was going to be his focus.

The story goes that a former doorman at a Trump building had a rumor that in the 1980s, Trump had an affair with a maid and even had a kid with her — a secret kid that no one knew about — and that the National Enquirer paid him for the exclusive rights to his story and then spiked the story to keep it secret.

“Trump might have a secret kid? I bet everyone who doesn’t know their father right now is panicking,” Noah joked during his opening segment. “Yeah, they’re phoning their moms like, ‘Tell me it wasn’t him, mom! Tell me it wasn’t him! Tell me it was a crackhead! Tell me I have crackhead blood, momma!’”

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Noah then expressed some concern about the impact it could have on the country if Trump actually goes straight.

“Every week we seem to find out that someone else got money to keep quiet about one of Trump’s affairs. At this point, it’s almost like his dong has its own economy. You know, like a GDP — Gross Domestic Penis. That’s what it feels like right now,” Noah said. “I mean think about it, everyone’s getting paid — doormen, porn stars, lawyers. At this point, I’m worried if Trump stops cheating on Melania, the stock market will crash. There’s just gonna be another recession.”

But Noah couldn’t help but circle back around to the possibility that anyone in their late 20s or early 30s could conceivably be Trump’s secret kid.

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“Everyone in the story is talking about whether these payoffs constitute illegal campaign contributions. That’s why it’s big news. But for me, there’s a bigger story here. You realize if you were born in the 1980s, you might be Donald Trump’s child. Yeah. You could be in line to inherit billions of dollars in debt,” Noah said, before coming to a huge realization.

“In fact, I was a child born in the 1980s. Oh, my gosh! It’s me! Papa Donald? I always felt like there was something, something connecting the two of us. So similar, folks. Everyone said it. I can see it now. I’ll show you my birth certificate!”

You can watch this portion of the opening segment from Thursday’s “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” in the video embedded at the top of this post.

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This has been a particularly hectic week for Donald Trump-related news, and keeping up with everything has proven impossible for regular people and late-night talk show hosts alike. They have to just pick one thing and go with it each day because there’s no way to get to everything. On Thursday night, “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah decided that the report about the possibility that Trump had a secret love child in the ’80s was going to be his focus.

The story goes that a former doorman at a Trump building had a rumor that in the 1980s, Trump had an affair with a maid and even had a kid with her — a secret kid that no one knew about — and that the National Enquirer paid him for the exclusive rights to his story and then spiked the story to keep it secret.

“Trump might have a secret kid? I bet everyone who doesn’t know their father right now is panicking,” Noah joked during his opening segment. “Yeah, they’re phoning their moms like, ‘Tell me it wasn’t him, mom! Tell me it wasn’t him! Tell me it was a crackhead! Tell me I have crackhead blood, momma!'”

Noah then expressed some concern about the impact it could have on the country if Trump actually goes straight.

“Every week we seem to find out that someone else got money to keep quiet about one of Trump’s affairs. At this point, it’s almost like his dong has its own economy. You know, like a GDP — Gross Domestic Penis. That’s what it feels like right now,” Noah said. “I mean think about it, everyone’s getting paid — doormen, porn stars, lawyers. At this point, I’m worried if Trump stops cheating on Melania, the stock market will crash. There’s just gonna be another recession.”

But Noah couldn’t help but circle back around to the possibility that anyone in their late 20s or early 30s could conceivably be Trump’s secret kid.

“Everyone in the story is talking about whether these payoffs constitute illegal campaign contributions. That’s why it’s big news. But for me, there’s a bigger story here. You realize if you were born in the 1980s, you might be Donald Trump’s child. Yeah. You could be in line to inherit billions of dollars in debt,” Noah said, before coming to a huge realization.

“In fact, I was a child born in the 1980s. Oh, my gosh! It’s me! Papa Donald? I always felt like there was something, something connecting the two of us. So similar, folks. Everyone said it. I can see it now. I’ll show you my birth certificate!”

You can watch this portion of the opening segment from Thursday’s “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” in the video embedded at the top of this post.

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Late Night Hosts Bid House Speaker Paul Ryan Farewell

On Wednesday, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) made clear that he would not be pursuing reelection in the 2018 midterms. Long the butt of late night jokes, Ryan received a sending off in a similar vein. In Ryan’s honor, “The Late Show” prepared a compilation video of all of Ryan’s “most courageous stances,” which included […]

On Wednesday, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) made clear that he would not be pursuing reelection in the 2018 midterms. Long the butt of late night jokes, Ryan received a sending off in a similar vein. In Ryan’s honor, “The Late Show” prepared a compilation video of all of Ryan’s “most courageous stances,” which included […]

Trevor Noah: Trump’s Attorney-Client Privilege May Be Dead, but He Still Has White Privilege (Video)

Trevor Noah kicked off Tuesday’s episode of “The Daily Show” with a long segment about the FBI raid on the office of Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen after delivering only a few quick zingers on Monday since the news broke so late in the afternoon. But it was worth the wait.

“You can tell this raid has got Trump rattled because this morning the president tweeted this,” Noah said, referring to Trump’s “Attorney-client privilege is dead!” tweet. Noah played a clip of a CNN anchor talking about the tweet and Trump’s angry response to the Cohen raid both on Monday and Tuesday, saying Trump “went to bed fuming and woke ranting,” and image that had Noah in stitches as he tried to picture it.

“Poor Trump. I imagine him in bed this morning just tears streaming down his face, like, ‘Nooooooo! mM attorney-client privilege is deeeeeeeead! “At least i’ve still got you, white privilege, don’t ever leave me. Don’t ever leave me!’” Noah exclaimed. “Look, the fact is, attorney-client privilege doesn’t apply when prosecutors have probable cause to believe that you and your lawyer were committing a crime together. It doesn’t work. So i think it’s pretty clear that Trump is probably just shouting out legal terms he’s heard on ‘Law and Order.’ Tomorrow he will be like, “OBJECTION! DOUBLE JEOPARDY, YOUR HONOR. HABEAS CORPUS!’”

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Earlier in the segment, “The Daily Show” played the clip from Monday in which Trump talked about the raid during a meeting that was supposed to be about Syria, in which he described it as “an attack on all we stand for.

“That’s right, it’s an attack on what we all stand for,” Noah agreed, facetiously. “You know, the American ideals of life, liberty and the pursuit of having a lawyer pay off your side chick.”

In that same clip from Monday and again on Twitter Tuesday morning, Trump called the situation, as he always does, a “witch hunt,” but Noah wasn’t so sure of that comparison because a literal witch hunt would be much easier to pull off, and the hoops required for the FBI to be able to raid a lawyer’s office are much more difficult to jump through than the very low standards of proof needed to burn a witch back in the day.

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“That doesn’t sound like a witch hunt to me because witch hunts were really simple, right? Back then it was just like, ‘She shrank my penis! Burn her at the stake!’ That’s pretty much all you needed. What we’re hearing way is just too much legal procedure to be considered a witch hunt. Like if people in Salem had this kind of due process, they would have never burned anyone. No one would have died,” Noah said, before acting out a dialogue of someone who wants to burn a woman alive for being a witch facing down the relatively high standards of modern law.

Wannabe witch burner: “She shrank my penis, let’s burn her at the stake!”

Salem judge: “All right all right, but first you must fill out this official complaint.”

Wannabe witch burner: “Okay, and then we’ll burn her!”

Salem judge: “No no, wait, then we’ll have to see what the witnesses say and how big your penis originally used to be.”

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Wannabe witch burner: “What was that?”

Salem judge: “We need to know how big your penis actually was.”

Wannabe witch burner: “You know what? Forget it, man, I actually made up the witch thing because Hester wouldn’t let me smash. I’m going to tell the truth.”

You can watch this portion of the opening segment from Tuesday’s “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” in the video embedded at the top of this post.

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Trevor Noah kicked off Tuesday’s episode of “The Daily Show” with a long segment about the FBI raid on the office of Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen after delivering only a few quick zingers on Monday since the news broke so late in the afternoon. But it was worth the wait.

“You can tell this raid has got Trump rattled because this morning the president tweeted this,” Noah said, referring to Trump’s “Attorney-client privilege is dead!” tweet. Noah played a clip of a CNN anchor talking about the tweet and Trump’s angry response to the Cohen raid both on Monday and Tuesday, saying Trump “went to bed fuming and woke ranting,” and image that had Noah in stitches as he tried to picture it.

“Poor Trump. I imagine him in bed this morning just tears streaming down his face, like, ‘Nooooooo! mM attorney-client privilege is deeeeeeeead! “At least i’ve still got you, white privilege, don’t ever leave me. Don’t ever leave me!'” Noah exclaimed. “Look, the fact is, attorney-client privilege doesn’t apply when prosecutors have probable cause to believe that you and your lawyer were committing a crime together. It doesn’t work. So i think it’s pretty clear that Trump is probably just shouting out legal terms he’s heard on ‘Law and Order.’ Tomorrow he will be like, “OBJECTION! DOUBLE JEOPARDY, YOUR HONOR. HABEAS CORPUS!'”

Earlier in the segment, “The Daily Show” played the clip from Monday in which Trump talked about the raid during a meeting that was supposed to be about Syria, in which he described it as “an attack on all we stand for.

“That’s right, it’s an attack on what we all stand for,” Noah agreed, facetiously. “You know, the American ideals of life, liberty and the pursuit of having a lawyer pay off your side chick.”

In that same clip from Monday and again on Twitter Tuesday morning, Trump called the situation, as he always does, a “witch hunt,” but Noah wasn’t so sure of that comparison because a literal witch hunt would be much easier to pull off, and the hoops required for the FBI to be able to raid a lawyer’s office are much more difficult to jump through than the very low standards of proof needed to burn a witch back in the day.

“That doesn’t sound like a witch hunt to me because witch hunts were really simple, right? Back then it was just like, ‘She shrank my penis! Burn her at the stake!’ That’s pretty much all you needed. What we’re hearing way is just too much legal procedure to be considered a witch hunt. Like if people in Salem had this kind of due process, they would have never burned anyone. No one would have died,” Noah said, before acting out a dialogue of someone who wants to burn a woman alive for being a witch facing down the relatively high standards of modern law.

Wannabe witch burner: “She shrank my penis, let’s burn her at the stake!”

Salem judge: “All right all right, but first you must fill out this official complaint.”

Wannabe witch burner: “Okay, and then we’ll burn her!”

Salem judge: “No no, wait, then we’ll have to see what the witnesses say and how big your penis originally used to be.”

Wannabe witch burner: “What was that?”

Salem judge: “We need to know how big your penis actually was.”

Wannabe witch burner: “You know what? Forget it, man, I actually made up the witch thing because Hester wouldn’t let me smash. I’m going to tell the truth.”

You can watch this portion of the opening segment from Tuesday’s “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” in the video embedded at the top of this post.

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Trevor Noah Sets First Look TV, Movie Deal With Viacom

Trevor Noah is getting into bed with Viacom — even more so than he already is.

Comedy Central’s parent company announced Monday they had inked a strategic partnership with the “Daily Show” host’s Day Zero Productions for future film and TV projects.

The deal gives Viacom exclusive “first look” rights to projects developed by Noah and Day Zero Productions across all media, including TV, feature films, digital and short-form video content. Viacom will also make an investment in Day Zero. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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As part of the deal, Viacom’s indie-film division Paramount Players will adapt Noah’s memoir, “Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood,” as a feature film. The previously announced project has Lupita Nyong’o attached to star as Noah’s mother, Patricia.

“Working with the best, most versatile talent in the entertainment industry is a strategic priority for Viacom, which is why we are thrilled to expand our relationship with Trevor and his creative team at Day Zero with this cross-house partnership,” Viacom’s president and CEO Bob Bakish said.

Noah will produce for Day Zero Productions, along with Norman Aladjem, Derek Van Pelt and Sanaz Yamin of Mainstay Entertainment, and Nyong’o under her Eba Productions. Liesl Tommy will direct.

“Trevor’s creative sensibilities and ability to drive the cultural conversation around issues that matter to our young, global audiences make him an ideal partner for Viacom across every screen we serve. We are particularly proud that ‘Born a Crime’ will be produced and distributed by Paramount.”

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“I’ve found a strong and incredibly valuable partnership in Viacom,” Noah added. “Our shared vision of bringing diverse cultural conversations and exciting creative projects to the forefront of the entertainment industry and to our constantly expanding audience, continues to strengthen our relationship. I couldn’t be more excited to share ‘Born a Crime’ with Paramount and the very talented Lupita Nyong’o.”

Noah has been a key player for Viacom since 2015, when he took the lead on the late-night Comedy Central talk show ahead Jon Stewart’s exit.

“The degree to which people underestimated Trevor as he took over ‘The Daily Show’ has made his success all the more meaningful,” Kent Alterman, Comedy Central president, said. “Seeing audiences on multiple platforms embrace his incredible comedy chops, his thoughtful and nuanced point of view, and his global perspective has been gratifying beyond measure. Trevor has limitless curiosity, vision and passion. He is just getting started.”

Trevor Noah is getting into bed with Viacom — even more so than he already is.

Comedy Central’s parent company announced Monday they had inked a strategic partnership with the “Daily Show” host’s Day Zero Productions for future film and TV projects.

The deal gives Viacom exclusive “first look” rights to projects developed by Noah and Day Zero Productions across all media, including TV, feature films, digital and short-form video content. Viacom will also make an investment in Day Zero. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

As part of the deal, Viacom’s indie-film division Paramount Players will adapt Noah’s memoir, “Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood,” as a feature film. The previously announced project has Lupita Nyong’o attached to star as Noah’s mother, Patricia.

“Working with the best, most versatile talent in the entertainment industry is a strategic priority for Viacom, which is why we are thrilled to expand our relationship with Trevor and his creative team at Day Zero with this cross-house partnership,” Viacom’s president and CEO Bob Bakish said.

Noah will produce for Day Zero Productions, along with Norman Aladjem, Derek Van Pelt and Sanaz Yamin of Mainstay Entertainment, and Nyong’o under her Eba Productions. Liesl Tommy will direct.

“Trevor’s creative sensibilities and ability to drive the cultural conversation around issues that matter to our young, global audiences make him an ideal partner for Viacom across every screen we serve. We are particularly proud that ‘Born a Crime’ will be produced and distributed by Paramount.”

“I’ve found a strong and incredibly valuable partnership in Viacom,” Noah added. “Our shared vision of bringing diverse cultural conversations and exciting creative projects to the forefront of the entertainment industry and to our constantly expanding audience, continues to strengthen our relationship. I couldn’t be more excited to share ‘Born a Crime’ with Paramount and the very talented Lupita Nyong’o.”

Noah has been a key player for Viacom since 2015, when he took the lead on the late-night Comedy Central talk show ahead Jon Stewart’s exit.

“The degree to which people underestimated Trevor as he took over ‘The Daily Show’ has made his success all the more meaningful,” Kent Alterman, Comedy Central president, said. “Seeing audiences on multiple platforms embrace his incredible comedy chops, his thoughtful and nuanced point of view, and his global perspective has been gratifying beyond measure. Trevor has limitless curiosity, vision and passion. He is just getting started.”

Watch Trevor Noah Interview Parkland Survivors on ‘The Daily Show’: ‘We’re Still in Pain’ (Video)

Ahead of this weekend’s March for Our Lives event to demand that Congress finally take action to end the epidemic of gun violence in America, five of the student survivors of the February mass shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida visited “The Daily Show” on Thursday night to re-center the conversation surrounding the shooting on what truly matters: the problem of gun violence and its effects on real human beings.

The five students were Carly Novell, Elijah Abraham, Kai Koerber, Thomas Holgate and Josh Belenke, all of whom wore shirts that read “MSDStrong.” “The Daily Show” posted the full, extended version of the discussion, moderated by Trevor Noah, on YouTube after the show aired the abridged version, and you can see the full discussion in the embedded video above.

Noah’s questions ran the full gamut of the conversation that they have driven, and which has resulted in a surprisingly harsh backlash from right-wing media, since the shooting occurred on Valentine’s Day — from their views on gun control to that right-win backlash to how a lot of people have generally lost track of the thread.

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When Noah asked if they felt that some have “politicized your pain,” Novell answered:

“I think people are forgetting that 17 people died, and they’re forgetting that we’re grieving,” she said. “And even making conspiracy theories about it. Like, we were there. We experienced it. So it takes away from our pain and it takes away from the real topic of what’s going on.”

After several of the students discussed their ideal gun control solutions, Abraham explained that the problem of gun violence and school shootings really isn’t something that can be dealt with in any one way.

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“I want people to focus on the fact that we need to prevent something so atrocious from ever happening. This is domestic terrorism, essentially,” Abraham said. “And this is a multi-leveled issue that requires different solutions. It’s not just one sweep-all solution. It’s not we ban all guns, it’s not we fund more mental health. It’s an all-out multi-sided solution that we require.”

At the end of the interview described the struggle to try to move forward with the way people treat the whole thing, and them, like some kind of circus.

“I think they forget that we’re still in pain, and some of us aren’t ready to just go back right into our lives and to school. And, like, we go to school and there’s still media there every day. There are people standing outside taking pictures like it’s the Las Vegas sign, and it’s still new for us. It’s only been a month and a half and we’re still in pain.”

You can watch the full 15-minute interview at the top of this post. For info about a March for Our Lives event near you, check out the March for Our Lives website right here.

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Ahead of this weekend’s March for Our Lives event to demand that Congress finally take action to end the epidemic of gun violence in America, five of the student survivors of the February mass shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida visited “The Daily Show” on Thursday night to re-center the conversation surrounding the shooting on what truly matters: the problem of gun violence and its effects on real human beings.

The five students were Carly Novell, Elijah Abraham, Kai Koerber, Thomas Holgate and Josh Belenke, all of whom wore shirts that read “MSDStrong.” “The Daily Show” posted the full, extended version of the discussion, moderated by Trevor Noah, on YouTube after the show aired the abridged version, and you can see the full discussion in the embedded video above.

Noah’s questions ran the full gamut of the conversation that they have driven, and which has resulted in a surprisingly harsh backlash from right-wing media, since the shooting occurred on Valentine’s Day — from their views on gun control to that right-win backlash to how a lot of people have generally lost track of the thread.

When Noah asked if they felt that some have “politicized your pain,” Novell answered:

“I think people are forgetting that 17 people died, and they’re forgetting that we’re grieving,” she said. “And even making conspiracy theories about it. Like, we were there. We experienced it. So it takes away from our pain and it takes away from the real topic of what’s going on.”

After several of the students discussed their ideal gun control solutions, Abraham explained that the problem of gun violence and school shootings really isn’t something that can be dealt with in any one way.

“I want people to focus on the fact that we need to prevent something so atrocious from ever happening. This is domestic terrorism, essentially,” Abraham said. “And this is a multi-leveled issue that requires different solutions. It’s not just one sweep-all solution. It’s not we ban all guns, it’s not we fund more mental health. It’s an all-out multi-sided solution that we require.”

At the end of the interview described the struggle to try to move forward with the way people treat the whole thing, and them, like some kind of circus.

“I think they forget that we’re still in pain, and some of us aren’t ready to just go back right into our lives and to school. And, like, we go to school and there’s still media there every day. There are people standing outside taking pictures like it’s the Las Vegas sign, and it’s still new for us. It’s only been a month and a half and we’re still in pain.”

You can watch the full 15-minute interview at the top of this post. For info about a March for Our Lives event near you, check out the March for Our Lives website right here.

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