Hasan Minhaj appears in a scene from his Netflix special, "Homecoming King."
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Fresh off a breakout year in 2017, comedian Hasan Minhaj is ready to turn his wit to diagnosing the larger issues in America. Minhaj, a correspondent with "The Daily Show" on Comedy Central, is kicking off a North American tour starting in August and this fall will host his own weekly comedy show for Netflix.Minhaj instead wants to fuse his personal narrative as a first-generation Indian-American navigating between those two worlds with the current political and social backdrop to examine deep issues confronting the nation.Last year, Minhaj hosted the first White House Correspondents' Dinner since Trump's election and released his first comedy special, the autobiographical "Hasan Minhaj: Homecoming King," which earned the comedian a Peabody Award.Minhaj has noted a thirst for comedy during these hectic and divisive days that have put fellow comedians like Kathy Griffin and Michelle Wolf under a microscope.
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