In addition to reviewing James Comey’s testimony and Donald Trump’s bizarre response to it, he also gives his take on the British elections and the complicated nature of the upcoming Brexit negotiations that begin this week. Theresa May said that she called elections three years early in order to be in a stronger position to negotiate. But now May’s failed gamble makes her weaker since her loss of a majority means she will need to get the approval of the DUP for her positions. He explains the difference between what is being called ‘hard Brexit’ and a ‘soft Brexit’. We also learn a lot more about Lord Buckethead who challenged Theresa May for her seat.
The video above has been pulled so here is another link that has only the election part.
He also looks at the odd fact that the audience in the America’s Got Talent show seem to be easily amazed, at least according to their expressions. I know that audiences at these TV shows get cues to applaud and laugh. Do they also get cues to look amazed for the benefit of the cameras? Maybe before the show they are required to watch Sid Caesar on Sesame Street to see how to act when the cue signs go on to act surprised.