"Daily Show" host Trevor Noah last night discussed Donald Trump's landslide victory in Tuesday's New York primary.
On pundits' assertion that Trump sounded "more presidential" in his victory speech because he called opponent Ted Cruz "Senator Cruz" and not "Lyin' Ted," Noah said. "Trump has basically lowered the media's expectations so much that not insulting someone seems presidential to them."
"Now, you might wonder how Donald Trump won New York or, actually, how he wins any state, given that his campaign is being run like Speedy Gonzalez," he shifted. "It's cartoonish, impossible to pin down and always insulting to Mexicans."
Watch the full segment below: