The world is still reeling after the attacks left more than 100 dead and America’s politicians were quickly saying outlandish things. So on Tuesday’s “Daily Show” host Trevor Noah explained that politicians just grieve a little differently than the rest of the population.
“But after such a tragedy I understand the impulse, that we just want to get revenge, I get it,” Noah said. “That’s anger and that’s ones of the stages of grief that most people go through if they’re normal. But as we’ve seen in the last few days, not everyone is normal. And most of them are running for office.”
But there’s still five stages — if you can remember all of them.
“You see, for some politicians, they aren’t limited to the regular five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, um, anger and the Department of Commerce,” Noah said.
Watch the clip, from Comedy Central, below: