Hillary Clinton re-emerged in the public eye Tuesday to speak at the Women for Women International event in New York, and Trevor Noah noticed that after she "came out of the woods," she "clearly found some shade"
On Tuesday night's "Daily Show," Noah played segments from Clinton's interview to point out that the former Democratic candidate did not hold back from throwing shade at the current administration.
"Damn, Hillary was in form today. She did so much dissing that all of the memes just joined her on stage," the comedian joked.
Noah went on to say it was nice to hear from Clinton after her hiatus -- especially after 100 days of Donald Trump in the White House.
"After 100 days of President Trump, it was pretty refreshing to hear a politician talk in full sentences about complicated issues." Noah went on to play another clip of Clinton discussing the North Korean regime, admiring hearing her speak so eloquently.
"Wow. I mean, no 'tremendouses?' No hand gestures? Not one description of chocolate cake? I didn't realize how much I'd missed hearing sentences with a beginning, middle and end. You can really tell when Hillary's speaking, she really knows who Frederick Douglass is."
Next, Noah shared why he thinks Clinton is unable to connect with the American people, playing a clip from the interview where she discussed comprehensive job training.
"The fact is we've all been inundated by cable news' fake excitement and sound bite-yness for so long that I don't think Hillary Clinton or a candidate like her could ever connect with people," Noah said. "Say what you want about Donald Trump, but he doesn't bore you."
"Listening to Hillary talk after getting used to Trump is like getting an iPhone after having a Samsung; you know the iPhone won't explode, but you miss the unpredictability."
Noah concluded that at the end of it all that it felt like America saw "the one that got away."