Tomi Lahren grilled by Trevor Noah on 'Daily Show'

"And if you think about it, it makes sense", Noah said.

Joining "The Daily Show" host #Trevor Noah was Tomi Lahren, and for the better part of the 26 minute conversation, with less than half airing on TV, the two disagreed over the majority of issues. He immediately followed the video with a question for Lahren: "Why are you so angry?"

In one clip, she calls anti-Trump protesters "crybabies with nothing better to do than meander around the streets with their participation trophies and false sense of goal".

Noah started his career as a stand-up comedian and took over the popular U.S. talk show from Jon Stewart, who bowed out after 16 years as host. Is Lahren, who refers to protesters as babies and insists she doesn't "see color", the O'Reilly to Noah's Stewart?

Together, they came together for an extended interview that, while heated at times, ended with both thanking each other for a "conversation we should continue having", as Noah put it. Not only did Noah bring up the fact that Lahren's considered a racist, but also her criticism of Kaepernick's national anthem protest, and her ridiculous views about Beyoncé's Super Bowl performance.

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You say you're not pushing a racist narrative, you're criticizing.

"I criticize a black person or I criticize the Black Lives Matter movement, that doesn't mean that I'm anti-black, it doesn't mean that I don't like black people or that I'm a racist", Lahren said.

Unsurprisingly, race quickly became a topic of contention, leading to several tense back-and-forth exchanges on racism and the Black Lives Matter movement.

For those who don't know, 24-year-old Tomi Lahren hosts her eponymous show Toni on TheBlaze, a conservative television and internet program created by Glenn Beck.

November 30th of every year should heretofore be known as Saint Trevor Noah's Day, if only because he managed to keep it together while interviewing Tomi Lahren on The Daily Show last night. "What's the right way for a black person to get attention in America?" Out of this political atmosphere has emerged conservative political commentator, Tomi Lahren of The Blaze.

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To call Lahren O'Reilly is an overestimation of her clout in the world of politics, but she served a objective.

That said, Lahren certainly held her own.

Watch the video above, and you'll see the myriad moments in which she'll say something, only to contradict herself moments later. When Lahren said she believed Trump was level-headed and reasonable, Noah asked, "Do you have Twitter?".

When Noah asked her what her intention was with hosting her show, the South Dakota native said she wanted to give a voice to the people ignored by the coasts, who might be too afraid to speak out for fear of being labeled.

In a follow-up message, Lahren continued. "I don't protest my country".

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