Fake News Show in Real War Zone The Daily Show with Jon Stewart — hot off an Emmy win Sunday night — is a fake-news show that often pretends to have reporters stationed in some of the world's hottest spots. That's why many viewers did a double-take when the show sent three staffers to report from Iraq last month.
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Fake News Show in Real War Zone

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Fake News Show in Real War Zone

Fake News Show in Real War Zone

Fake News Show in Real War Zone

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The Daily Show with Jon Stewart — hot off an Emmy win Sunday night — is a fake-news show that often pretends to have reporters stationed in some of the world's hottest spots. That's why many viewers did a double-take when the show sent three staffers to report from Iraq last month.

Farai Chideya speaks with Daily Show writer Kevin Bleyer about the trip.

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