"It can get really boring to deal with this same person provoking the same level of outrage with everything he does," "Daily Show" writer Hallie Haglund said. "During Obama's presidency, we'd have a week where we didn't use a clip of the president. We'd be talking about what else was going on in the world. We recently had an act where we did not say Trump's name once. I cannot remember the last time that happened. It's as frustrating as it is boring."
"You don't want to say to a Trump voter, 'You're so stupid, you got conned,'" she said. "It's about trying to present from a different angle. This is what's happening. This is who this is. See for yourself."
But "Full Frontal" writer and correspondent Ashley Nicole Black isn't too concerned with upsetting conservatives because she believes most wouldn't tune in to a show like hers.
"I truly do not know if there's a way for people to see the other side," Black said. "People only watch certain outlets and watch certain commercials. We're not going to advertise for 'Full Frontal' on Fox News. The real problem with our country now is that our media diets are so bifurcated."
The worst part of writing during the Trump administration, however: his random tweet storms.
"The tweets usually come in right as we finish our morning meeting and just planned our entire show for the day," Haglund added. "And then they come in and it's like, 'Well, f— that, we shouldn't even have had a meeting, because now we have to do all this stuff."