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'The Daily Show' Just Reimagined Trump's 2024 Court Schedule As A 'Crime Tour' Poster—And It's Perfect

'The Daily Show' just compiled all of Donald Trump's 2024 court dates into a helpful 'crime tour' poster titled 'Courtchella.'

Donald Trump flanked by his lawyers, Christopher Kise and Alina Habba
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The Daily Show (TDS) is an American satirical news program airing on Comedy Central since July 22, 1996.

Since 1999, the show has been a source of unvarnished political discourse, especially during the over 15 years writer, comedian and activist Jon Stewart helmed the program. For the 2000 presidential election, Stewart's team introduced Indecision 2000, a spoof of mainstream news election coverage that quickly became a trusted source of unbiased information.

Their election coverage skewered any candidate who left themselves open for ridicule.

On February 12, 2024, Stewart returned as The Daily Show host for his new Monday night stint, and whether it was coincidental or planned, the next morning The Daily Show released a new court schedule for Donald Trump's pending cases.

The schedule was offered as a poster for Courtchella: The Donald Trump 2024 Crime Tour.


The Daily Show noted:

"This lineup is stacked 🔥"

The poster features Trump's 2024 court dates, locations, and indicted criminal offenses or civil actions.

They include:

  • Election Interference in Washington DC
  • Classified Documents in Florida
  • Hush Money in New York
  • Civil Fraud in New York
  • Georgia Election Interference in Georgia
  • E. Jean Carroll judgment phase
Several of the court appearances have already happened or been postponed.


Most people on X saw the humor in the Coachella-inspired parody poster.



For many viewers, The Daily Show really hit its stride when host Jon Stewart focused on politics and news satire instead of celebrities and entertainment after taking over for initial host Craig Kilborn in 1999.

Stewart stepped down in 2015 leading many to lament going through the 2016 and 2020 presidential elections without his biting commentary.

According to NPR Morning Edition host Eric Deggans:

"Stewart elevated the program into an incisive look at the hypocrisies of media, politics and society. Along the way, he helped birth a style of fact-based satire that has exploded all over television, from the work by Daily Show alums John Oliver on HBO's Last Week Tonight and Stephen Colbert on CBS' The Late Show to the sharper political tone of Late Night with Seth Meyers and Jimmy Kimmel Live."

Stewart will host Monday night's program through the 2024 elections and will also serve as an executive producer for Tuesday – Thursday.