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  • From Comedy Central's

  • World News Headquarters in New York,

  • "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" presents...

  • ♪ ♪

  • "It's 2020..."

  • "24/7."

  • ♪ ♪

  • - Every day, the field of Democratic candidates

  • gets bigger and bigger.

  • And this morning, it didn't just get bigger,

  • it got louder.

  • - Hi, I'm Bernie Sanders.

  • I'm running for president.

  • Our campaign is about taking on

  • the powerful special interests

  • that dominate our economic and political life.

  • I'm talking about Wall Street, the health insurance companies,

  • the drug companies, the fossil fuel industry,

  • the military industrial complex,

  • the private prison industry,

  • and the large multi-national corporations.

  • - Oh, damn. [laughter]

  • Yo, Bernie has entered the race,

  • and did you hear his list of enemies?

  • This guy doesn't mess around.

  • Yeah, he didn't come to play.

  • He was like, "Big banks, little banks, Tyra Banks.

  • I'm shutting you all down. You're all going down."

  • And you can tell that Bernie's serious about winning

  • because he didn't rub his hair with a balloon

  • before filming this video.

  • He's serious now. He's in it.

  • "No balloon this time. We're going smooth."

  • [laughter]

  • Now, if Bernie were to win the presidency,

  • he would become the oldest American president ever.

  • Yes, and I mean that literally.

  • He was born a few months before George Washington.

  • But... [laughter]

  • But don't let Bernie's age fool you.

  • This guy is as feisty as ever.

  • Just look at how he responded

  • to Howard Schultz threatening the Democratic Party.

  • - Howard Schultz has now said

  • he would not run as an Independent

  • if the Democrats nominate a moderate.

  • - Oh, isn't that nice?

  • Why is Howard Schultz

  • on every television station in this country?

  • Why are you quoting Howard Schultz?

  • Because he's a billionaire.

  • - Yo, I've missed Bernie so much.

  • Are you kidding me?

  • That was-- "Oh, isn't that nice?

  • A-ha-ha-ha. Isn't that nice?"

  • Because every other politician would respond

  • to that answer in, like, a politiciany way.

  • They'd be like, "Well, I believe Howard Schultz

  • entering the race would be irresponsible at this time."

  • Bernie's just like, "Howard Schultz

  • can run for president of my ass!"

  • [laughter]

  • [percussive music]

  • - Of all the Democrats hoping to be president,

  • the one whose positions have changed the most

  • from what they used to be is arguably Kirsten Gillibrand.

  • Before she was a senator, Gillibrand represented

  • a conservative district in Upstate New York.

  • And even though that was a long time ago,

  • she's still trying to make sure the slate is wiped clean

  • for her 2020 run.

  • - You've said Trump's immigration positions

  • are racist.

  • Now, as you know,

  • you were more conservative

  • early on in your career on immigration.

  • You said you were a "firm opponent"

  • of giving "amnesty to illegal aliens."

  • You said English should be

  • "the official language of the United States."

  • You called for expediting deportation

  • of undocumented immigrants.

  • If Trump's immigration positions are racist,

  • were they racist when you held some of those positions as well?

  • - They certainly weren't empathetic

  • and they were not kind and I did not think

  • about suffering in other people's lives.

  • And so I took the time.

  • I went down to Brooklyn,

  • I met with Nydia Velázquez,

  • who's been a leader in fighting for families for a long time,

  • and I listened and I realized

  • that things I had said were wrong.

  • - To be fair--to be fair.

  • I get why Gillibrand had to say,

  • "I went to Brooklyn

  • and I saw things in a different way."

  • Because let's be honest, if she had said,

  • "Yeah, my policies used to be racist,

  • but then they changed,"

  • you know, the headlines would just be

  • "Gillibrand Admits Racism,"

  • and Trump, he'd never let that go.

  • He'd probably make it her new nickname.

  • He'd be like, "My opponent,

  • Ku Klux Kirsten, is so racist,

  • she's trying to steal the nomination

  • from Native Americans like Elizabeth Warren.

  • [laughter and groans]

  • But this is not the first time that Gillibrand has apologized

  • for her previous policy positions.

  • Because, you see, it turn out

  • she also used to be very pro-gun.

  • - As a congresswoman,

  • Gillibrand used that family tradition of hunting

  • to appeal to conservative voters

  • in Upstate New York.

  • She boasted an "A" rating from the NRA.

  • So why the 180?

  • - After I got appointed,

  • I went down to Brooklyn

  • to meet with families who had suffered

  • from gun violence in their communities,

  • and you immediately experience the feeling

  • that I couldn't have been more wrong.

  • - Okay, uh...

  • [laughter]

  • What's... what's going on in Brooklyn?

  • [laughter and applause]

  • Like...

  • Every time...

  • every time Gillibrand goes to Brooklyn,

  • she changes another position.

  • [laughter]

  • I feel like they're gonna have to make a remix

  • to that Jay Z/Alicia Keys song.

  • It's gonna be like... ♪ Now I'm out in Brooklyn

  • Changin' my mind on gun rights

  • Used to hate illegals, now I fight the good fight

  • In New York

  • Turns out all my past views were racist

  • They're somethin' I'm changin' ♪

  • [percussive music]

  • We've also gotten an announcement

  • from one of the biggest names in politics,

  • Elizabeth Warren.

  • And she celebrated her announcement

  • with a live Instagram chat from inside her kitchen.

  • - Senator Elizabeth Warren becoming the biggest name

  • in the Democratic field

  • to signal she's running for president.

  • Now looking to reintroduce herself to Democrats,

  • connecting with supporters on Instagram.

  • - Hold on a sec.

  • I'm gonna get me,

  • um, a beer. [claps]

  • My husband, Bruce, is now in here.

  • Um, you want a beer?

  • - No, I'll pass on a beer for now.

  • - You sure? Come and say hello to the folks.

  • - Yes, okay. - So, this is my sweetie.

  • - Hello. - Um, he's the best.

  • Thank you for being here. - Pleasure.

  • - I'm glad you're here.

  • [laughter]

  • - I don't always drink beer... [laughter]

  • But when I'm trying to look relatable,

  • I do it on Instagram. [laughter]

  • That was an interesting choice, though, right?

  • It really is an interesting choice from Warren,

  • just drinking alone in her kitchen.

  • [laughter]

  • I guess she wanted to start her campaign,

  • the same way Hilary ended hers, you know?

  • Oh! [cheers and applause]

  • Oh!

  • Oh!

  • Oh!

  • Oh!

  • ♪ ♪

  • - There's an old African saying:

  • If you keep quiet for long enough,

  • you can hear a new Democrat joining the president race.

  • [laughter]

  • Did you hear that? Another one just joined.

  • - Brand-new Democrat in the race for the White House,

  • former Texas congressman Beto O'Rourke,

  • the social media phenom

  • who lost his race for the senate last year,

  • joined the growing field just moments ago.

  • He's campaigning in Iowa today.

  • - And we have something

  • that almost no other country in the world has.

  • We have the single greatest mechanism

  • to call forth the genius of our fellow human beings.

  • This democracy,

  • more than 320 million people strong,

  • can bring the ingenuity, the creativity,

  • the resolve of an entire country.

  • - Yes, that's right.

  • Beto O'Rourke is officially in the race,

  • and it's about time

  • because he'd been teasing us for months.

  • Yeah, he wouldn't say he was running,

  • but he was on Oprah,

  • he was on the cover of "Vanity Fair,"

  • he released a documentary,

  • but whenever we asked him if he was running,

  • he'd answer like a coy Southern belle.

  • "I might, but a lady never tells."

  • [giggles mockingly]

  • And, I mean, obviously, we all saw this coming.

  • This is the least surprising thing to happen

  • since we found out Tucker Carlson

  • said something racist.

  • And a lot of people-- a lot of people are wondering,

  • "Why is Beto even running for president

  • "when he couldn't even beat Ted Cruz?

  • I mean, he lost."

  • I'm like, "Yeah, yeah, he lost,

  • "but he lost by a little bit,

  • which is what people love."

  • Yeah, it's like "Rocky" or "Cool Runnings"

  • or "Bad News Bears."

  • You see, humans are weird.

  • If you win easily, people hate you,

  • right, like Tom Brady,

  • and if you lose by too much, we just think you suck.

  • But if you lose by just a little bit,

  • people are like, "That's my guy."

  • [laughter]

  • [percussive music]

  • This year is special

  • because we're not just hearing from candidates

  • who make you say, "Who the hell is that?"

  • We're also hearing from candidates who make you say,

  • "Remind me who that is again."

  • - Former Housing secretary Julian Castro

  • kicked off his campaign for president

  • in his hometown of San Antonio, Texas.

  • Castro was mayor of San Antonio

  • before he joined the Obama administration.

  • - The American dream is not a sprint...

  • Or even a marathon,

  • but a relay.

  • Together we will show

  • that hope can be bigger than fear,

  • that light can be bigger than darkness,

  • and that truth can be bigger than lies.

  • And as long as we work for it,

  • tomorrow will always be better than today,

  • so let's go work.

  • Vamonos! [cheers and applause]

  • [laughter]

  • - Is it just me

  • or does Castro sound like he went

  • to the Obama School of Speech?

  • [laughter]

  • Like, same cadence,

  • same delivery...

  • maybe it is Obama.

  • [laughter]

  • Like, maybe he just got fed up and he was like,

  • "Uh, screw it. I'll run again.