Trevor Noah Breathes Sigh Of Relief Over New Hampshire’s “App Free” Primary

Trevor Noah Debates New Hampshire Primary. (Credit: Comedy Central)
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After last week’s Iowa caucus fiasco, Trevor Noah had a sinking feeling there might be another meltdown today in New Hampshire.

As the polls closed in the Granite State, Noah issued a warning on tonight’s edition of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show.

“None of the votes matter if they aren’t counted correctly,” the late-night host said, before coughing “Iowa.”

Fortunately, the state went old school today for its Democratic primary — by using paper ballots — and there was no need to be alarmed. According to New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner, the election was 100% “app free.”

“You can’t hack a pencil,” Gardner said in a TV news interview. “We don’t have any apps involved in any of the tabulating or the counting.”

That was welcome news to Noah who said, “They’ve got this thing under control.”

For details on New Hampshire’s primary results… Deadline has full coverage here.

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