Trevor Noah is way more scared of North Korea than he is about possible Russian interference in the 2016 election.
"The Daily Show" expressed his concern to his audience Tuesday night in wake of the Asian country announcing that if it were to fire a ballistic missile at the United States, it would without a doubt be able to hit anywhere from Los Angeles to New York.
"I don't know about you, but this sh-t is starting to scare me," Noah said. "They have a missile that can hit New York? If it can make it here, it can make it anywhere."
Before Noah could worry too much about possibly being at the receiving end of a North Korean missile, he had to question how the U.S. got into a position where Korea was ready to fire, and more importantly, where they heck did North Korea even get a missile?
"First question: How did North Korea get a nuclear missile? They don't have sandwiches! Like, what country develops an ICBM before they get a BLT?" Noah said. "And, as much as we joke, North Korea having the ability to launch a nuclear weapon is serious. It's a serious thing. In fact, before President Obama went kitesurfing, he warned Trump that North Korea would be the biggest threat to the United States."
Of course, the only way to avoid any conflict with North Korea is up to our commander-in-chief, Donald Trump.
"So now, as much as I hate to admit it, it's all in the hands of Donald Trump. I hope that he has a well-thought-out plan," Noah said, then played clips of Trump speaking that shouldn't get anyone's hopes up.
"We'll handle North Korea. We're gonna be able to handle them. They'll be, ugh, it will be handled. We handle everything. Thank you very much," Trump said last month.