Trevor Noah owns Tomi Lahren

Posted December 02, 2016

Later in the segment, Noah asked Lahren if she's intentionally trying to be incendiary with her claims, particularly her assertion that Black Lives Matter is the new Ku Klux Klan.

Lahren reiterated her criticism of Kaepernick's personal form of peaceful protest, but she stopped short of telling him to leave the country and even offered to have the 49ers quarterback on her show. If you're scrolling through and a woman who looks like a Malin Akerman character starts angrily ranting about entitled thug coastal elite snowflakes who should shut up and salute President Trump ... that's Tomi.

Charlamagne Tha God was locked and loaded for an interview with Tomi Lahren Thursday - until the plug was pulled - and he had the question that would unlock Tomi's true feelings toward blacks.

Lahren said she went about his protest the wrong way, and when Noah responded by asking "the right way for a black person to get attention in America?"

"There is a distinction between a movement and the people", he said.

"It was not a good day for Trump supporters", she said of the tape release. "I just want to know if you've ever thought of the 'how'".

"For somebody who's not racist, you have to spend a lot of time saying, 'I'm not racist, '" he told her, but she maintained her cool.

She's a hotbed for coming up with things that will piss off your liberal family members at holiday dinners, and she might have provided Trevor Noah with a major breakthrough moment on The Daily Show.

Lahren also said in the interview that she doesn't "see color", which prompted this response from Noah: "I don't believe in that at all when people say that". Is Lahren, who refers to protesters as babies and insists she doesn't "see color", the O'Reilly to Noah's Stewart? The two were on the receiving end of some nasty online comments. To Trevor's fans: I'm not a (expletive) or (expletive). Our goal should be to destroy these "bubbles" not each other.

Now, the two have met on "The Daily Show", and the resulting interview was an epic example of two people who disagree sitting down to try and understand each other.