It may seem like Donald Trump is the only thing late-night comedians ever talk about anymore, but Trevor Noah told his viewers Monday, "That's not true. Every few weeks we also talk about something awful that happened on an airplane."
The most recent drama to unfold aboard a commercial flight involved Ann Coulter, who went off on a weekend tweet storm against Delta Airlines for giving her seat to another passenger on a short flight from New York to Florida.
"People, this is the civil rights struggle of our generation," the "Daily Show" host joked. "How long will white women be asked to move to the back —- well, not the back, but just slightly over two seats. Ann Coulter is basically airplane Rosa Parks."
Of course, Noah couldn't resist pointing out Coulter constantly criticizes others for complaining.
"It's weird to hear Ann Coulter complaining so much when this is how she feels about people who complain," Noah concluded, showing a montage of clips where Coulter calling anyone who isn't on the same page as her "thin-skinned" and "crybabies".