A June 17, 2008 file photo shows South Africa Stand up comedian Trevor Noah performing at the SA cricket awards held at the Sandton convention centre in Johannesburg. AFP PHOTO/STRINGER
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Trevor Noah, the newly announced successor to Jon Stewart on Comedy Central's late-night news parody "The Daily Show," defended himself against a backlash arising from past comments he made about Jews and women.Noah, the son of a black South African mother and a Swiss father, uses his mixed race in his comedy routine and came under fire for jokes he posted on Twitter.Some Twitter users, including American comedian Roseanne Barr, criticized Noah for being "sexist" and using anti-Semitic humor.
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