Monday night, as prime time crept off to bed, Trevor Noah began his tenure as host of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show." His celebrated predecessor, Jon Stewart, had handed in his keys after 16 years, apparently to have a life, a decision some still regard as unfair to them and to America.
Life is change. Change is hard. Nothing I say about Noah here should be taken as anything more than a first impression. This is just the beginning of what, fingers crossed, will be a long voyage of discovery, and he is not even out of the harbor yet. But he held the wheel steady, the ship did not ru...
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