Play of the Day

Play of the Day gathers clips from late night and comedy television shows, mocking politicians and newsmakers.
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Play of the Day: Freedom of Religion and Speech Explained

August 24 When it comes to discrimination, the Constitution isn't what some people think it is.

Play of the Day: What Trumped Learned From WrestleMania

August 21 The real estate mogul is a fighter and he got that from WWE.

Play of the Day: Clinton Has Some Explaining To Do

August 20 After being pressed on her email scandal, the Democrat can't come up with a good answer.

Trump and a friend in 2006.

Play of the Day: Trump's Immigration Plan is Quite Restrictive

August 19 The mogul's new position paper would've kept his own grandfather out of the United States.

Clinton enjoys a pork chop at the Iowa State Fair over the weekend.

Play of the Day: Fun at the Iowa State Fair

August 18 Trump's got a chopper and Clinton is her usual secretive self.

Play of the Day: High Level Diplomacy isn't Always Glamorous

August 17 The relationship between the United States and Cuba is changing.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Sings!

August 14 Late Night has some video of the real estate magnate's version of "Witch Doctor."

Play of the Day: Bernie Sanders Has Some New Slogans

August 13 Sanders leads Clinton in New Hampshire polls for the first time.

Play of the Day: Trump and Clinton Are Not Concerned… Or Are They?

August 12 The frontrunners in each party are having some frontrunner problems.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Talks About Women

August 11 The mogul's feud with Megyn Kelly is dominating the headlines.

Play of the Day: Megyn Kelly Cut Deep at the Debate

August 10 Bill Maher looks at the moderator's hard-hitting questions.

Play of the Day: Casting the 2016 GOP Field

August 7 Conan O'Brien finds people -- and things -- who look like the players in Thursday's debate.

Play of the Day: Time to Get Ready for the GOP Debate

August 6 Late-night TV hosts skewer the candidates the night before the Fox News event.

Play of the Day: Hillary Clinton Was Born the Normal Way… Just Like You

August 5 The Daily Show has the newest ad from the Democratic frontrunner.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Keeps Talking and Talking

August 4 The mogul and 2016 GOP frontrunner continues to say outrageous things.

Play of the Day: Human and Panda Residents in D.C. Have the Same Rights

August 3 Last Week Tonight tackles Congressional representation of the nation's capital this week.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump is a Human Emoji

July 31 He may not email or text, but he really doesn't have to.

Play of the Day: The 2016 Dream Team

July 30 Donald Trump tells a radio station he'd love to have Sarah Palin in his administration.

Play of the Day: Obama's Adventures in Africa

July 29 The president makes birther jokes and shows his confidence on his diplomatic trip.

Play of the Day: ISIS Has a Better Online Operation Than Time Warner

July 28 Pinkberry still has more Twitter followers, though.

Play of the Day: Selling Crack to the President

July 27 Last Week Tonight examines mandatory minimum sentencing for drug offenses.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump is All the GOP Candidates in One Man

July 24 He's got a loud mouth, some crazy hair and is a bully.

Play of the Day: John Kasich is Mr. Excitement

July 23 The Nightly Show looks at the newest entrant into the 2016 fold.

Just some advice: It might be time to go iPhone shopping, Sen. Graham.

Play of the Day: Lindsey Graham Should Probably Change His Phone Number

July 22 Donald Trump doxxing the South Carolina senator is the craziest thing he's ever done… Until the next crazy thing he does.

Play of the Day: Trump is Just Palin Redux

July 21 The real estate mogul's comments about John McCain remind Jon Stewart of Palin's comments over the years.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump's Various Enemies

July 20 John McCain joins the list of people who do not like the mogul or his presidential run.

Play of the Day: Ted Cruz is a 'Big Fan' of Donald Trump

July 17 The two GOP contenders met in New York this week.

Play of the Day: Joe Biden Behaved During Obama's Talk

July 16 While the president talked about Iran and nukes, Diamond Joe was thinking about a movie and proud that he didn't make any weird faces.

Play of the Day: El Chapo Threatens The Donald

July 15 Trump and the Mexican drug kingpin are feuding on social media.

There are way fewer flags accompanying Scott Walker on stage than there are GOP candidates.

Play of the Day: Scott Walker Has Joined an Already-Crowded 2016 Field

July 14 The Tonight Show has the candidates give an inaccurate head count.

Play of the Day: Trump's Comments Have Not Gone Over Well

July 3 Late-night hosts break down the meaning around "somebody's doing the raping."

Play of the Day: Chris Christie's New Horse-Abusing Ad

July 2 The Daily Show looks at some of the New Jersey governor's odd rhetoric.

Did someone say "donut?"

Play of the Day: Chris Christie is in the Race. Ready Your Fat Jokes.

July 1 Get ready for a parade of jokes about the hefty New Jersey governor.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump's Experience With 'Traditional Marriage'

June 30 Being married three times isn't the definition of tradition.

Play of the Day: A Huge Week in the News

June 29 HBO's Bill Maher and John Oliver recount the Supreme Court decisions.

Play of the Day: Bobby Jindal's Creepy Video

June 26 The Louisianan's 2016 announcement isn't exactly dynamic.

Civil War re-enactors hold up the flag in South Carolina in 2012.

Play of the Day: Even More on the Confederate Battle Flag

June 25 Alabama and Mississippi examine their use of the symbol.

It's probably best to keep on driving, Trump.

Play of the Day: Trump's Foreign Policy Platform

June 24 The mogul would change a lot about the relationship between Mexico and the United States.

Play of the Day: Taking Down the Confederate Battle Flag

June 23 Late-night hosts put the flag's history in context.

Play of the Day: Alexander Hamilton, Andrew Jackson and Paper Currency

June 22 The man with his face on the $20 despised paper money, yet he's staying and the first Secretary of the Treasury is going.