When Trevor Noah found out that conservative firebrand Tomi Lahren was suspended by The Blaze for claiming to be for abortion rights, he was sympathetic.
Noah and Lahren have disagreed publicly about things like the decision of NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick to kneel during the national anthem at games to protest against the way black people are treated in America, but Noah said on Tuesday’s “The Daily Show” that he didn’t think she should be suspended for “speaking her truth.”
“I was offended [by the suspension],” Noah said. “I was so offended, I wanted to protest. Unfortunately, there’s no type of black people protest Tomi is comfortable with, so I guess we should just move on.”
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