While Donald Trump was away on his first presidential foreign trip, Trevor Noah took a little vacation from "The Daily Show" too. But on Tuesday night the late-night host returned to recap Trump's trip around the globe or as he called it, "National Buffoon's European Invasion."
In a segment titled "International Hand Stuff," Noah said it's easy for people to find out how Trump's trip went by simply focusing on his hands.
In speaking about the now-famous orb moment in Saudi Arabia, Noah quips "Trump hoped people would focus on his carefully crafted speech about Islam and terrorism, but, unfortunately, his mouth was soon overtaken by his hands."
Another moment Noah highlighted was Trump's trip to the Western Wall, where he imagined POTUS saying, "You see this, folks? They build one wall 2,000 years ago, zero Mexicans in their whole country!"
In keeping with the theme of Trump's hands, Noah called out Melania swatting away POTUS' hand a part of "Doanld-Melania relations."
Noah played a clip of Fox News' Howard Kurtz reporting the Melania-Donald incident, to which he said he didn't see the context of the slap.
"Wow. Leave it to Fox News not to recognize what rejection from a woman looks like," Noah joked.
"Luckily for Trump, the pope didn't slap away his hand when they met, but he looked like he wanted to because, I mean, did you see the pope's face?" Noah said, discussing Trumps meeting with the pope in Rome. "I don't want to be blasphemous, but in that moment it looked like even he was questioning whether there's a God."