“To truly understand President Trump, one must walk a mile in his shoes,” The Daily Show aruged as it debuted The Daily Show’s Donald J. Trump Tour of New York City.
The tour of Donald Trump landmarks, hosted by Daily Show Virtual Tour Guide Michael Kosta, travels from Trump’s modest childhood home in Queens to his opulent Fifth Avenue fortress to the other special buildings that brought him so many happy years of litigation and bankruptcy, the Comedy Central late-night show explained.
Thirteen original videos hosted by Kosta featuring various locations connected to Trump in and around NYC. At http://www.dailyshowtrumptour.com users can take the virtual tour by scrolling through each video or by navigating over the hot spots on the interactive map of New York City.
Here’s the Central Park stop on the tour:
Also featured: Trump’s childhood home in Queens, The Plaza, Coney Island, Trump Soho, the Fox & Friends studio, and Trump World Tower at United Nations Plaza.
It’s The Daily Show with Trevor Noah’s second homage to Trump. In 2017 it unveiled The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library, explaining every president since Franklin D. Roosevelt has been honored with a meticulously curated memorial library commemorating the documents of historical value crafted during that person’s time as leader of the free world. Initially located a convenient stone’s throw from Trump Tower, the library has toured Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, and, most recently, showed up at SXSW 2019 in Austin .
In conjunction with that homage to Trump, The Daily Show published The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library in book form. The New York Times best-seller included a foreword by Pulitzer-Prize-winning historian Jon Meacham. The book, compiled by The Daily Show, includes photography from the Trump Twitter Library’s pop-up exhibitions, and included space for readers to add future Trump tweet highlights, what with POTUS making Twitter history every day.
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