From the unique way he speaks to the words he totally makes up on the fly and the objects he drops in his wake, "the dude is super weird."
It's been a wild and crazy year in politics, with Donald Trump sitting right at the center of it. But with all the focus on his policies and his tweets and his rhetoric, Trevor Noah thinks everyone is forgetting one very big thing about the president of the United States of America.
"We spent so much on Trump's evilness that we didn't really get to enjoy one of his greatest characteristics," he said on "The Daily Show" Wednesday night. "And that is, the dude is super weird."
He went on to say, "We just never talk about it because it happens under the evil." And so he determined to set aside the "evil," as he put it, and turn the spotlight on just how odd of a man Mr. Donald J. Trump is.
He showed a clip of Trump's weird mannerisms and odd way of speaking during campaign rallies and appearances, and his penchant for creating all new words. We also love how when he slipped up and said one of his made-up words, he simply dropped an "and" and tacked on the word he meant to say like no one would notice.
Check out some of our favorites below:
From the Wright brothers to that beautiful Orion space cap-sicle.
The wall is under construction, a lot of work has been done, a lot of renoversh
Chris response and crisis Response
We don't want you to put defensive mishiz and missiles
Significantly beating expectations in the House for the midtowm and midturn year
The op/ed published in the failing New York times by an anommess ... anomoniss
Another facet of Trump that hasn't fully been realized is his tendency to just drop things when he's done with them. Everyone knows about the umbrella he left at the door to Air Force One, but it doesn't stop there. Noah showed a clip of several other times Trump just let things drop.
"Just randomly leaving things on the ground is gonna come back and bite him in the ass," Noah said. "'Cause if Trump ever has to run from the law, which he will have to, Mueller can just follow his trail of objects wherever he's hiding."