Jon Stewart is back! At least every Monday night that is, as Stewart returns to host Comedy Central’s The Daily Show starting Feb 12. However, Stewart will also serve as the executive producer of the show for all episodes, meaning his comedic fingerprints will be everywhere. That is great for us—and bad for Donald Trump.

Many of us—including myself—were truly disappointed when Stewart stepped down from hosting The Daily Show in the summer of 2015, just a short time after Trump announced his run for President. And after Hillary Clinton lost, many—again, including myself—had wondered if the election results would’ve been different if Stewart had hosted throughout the 2016 campaign.

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