Dave Chappelle recalled speaking to Donald Trump supporters on election day

Dave Chappelle recalled speaking to Donald Trump supporters on election day

Dave Chappelle recalled speaking to Donald Trump supporters on election day

Netflix just dropped the trailer for Chappelle's new stand-up special "Equanimity", which will stream on New Year's Eve.

Dave Chappelle is laying down the truth about people who voted for Donald Trump in his new comedy special.

The comedian previously announced that Dave Chappelle: Equanimity would hit Netflix on December 31, but now the streaming service has confirmed that a second special, Dave Chappelle: The Bird Revelation, will also launch that same day. Democrats, Chappelle and even nonpartisan analysts continue to argue that it is those Americans who will benefit most from Trump's economic agenda - and perhaps his presidency as a whole. And I've never seen so many of them up close. He also appeared in the "Def Comedy Jam" 25th anniversary special for Netflix earlier this year.

'I listened to them say naïve poor white people things: 'My man Donald Trump is going to go to Washington and he's gonna fight for us.' I'm standing there thinking, 'you dumb motherf***er.' You are poor. And to my surprise, you know what I didn'tsee? "I didn't see one deplorable face in that group", Chappelle says.

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Chappelle went on to say that the Trump supporters he met seemed like "decent folk" but that he "felt sorry for them".

This will bring the total number of Netflix specials for Chappelle up to four, with two hilarious ones already available on the service.

Netflix announced in November that it had signed a blockbuster deal with Chappelle to headline three stand-up specials.

Colbert then asked how the comedian felt about Trump now, but instead of giving his own personal thoughts on the president, Chappelle said the public is now "getting an education (on) the presidency".

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