Tonight, author of Dead Certain: The Presidency of George W. Bush, Robert Draper.
Jon begins tonight's show with some news out of Russia. It seem Vladimir Putin not only dissolved his government by firing his prime minister and his entire cabinet, but also exploded the "father of all bombs", which despite its capability of evaporating all life, is also environmentally friendly.
Next, Jon reports on some screaming war protesters at General Petraeus' hearing in a segment called "You're Not Helping".
Jon then reports on the Democratic debates on the spanish channel Univision in a segment called "Clusterf@#k a la Casa Blanca". Some of the highlights, candidate Bill Richardson was barred from speaking Spanish so as not to gain an unfair advantage, the major topic for the night was of course immigration, and the Republican version was cancelled because only John McCain signed up.
Finally, John Oliver speaks with the Qatari ambassador to the U.N. about a little unknown country called Qatar in a segment called "Oliver's Travels".
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