Jon Stewart poses in the press room during the 67th Emmy Awards in this September 20, 2015, file photo at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles. AFP PHOTO / VALERIE MACON/FILES
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After signing off as host of "The Daily Show," comedian Jon Stewart has revealed a new vocation -- starting a sanctuary for abused farm animals.Stewart, who ended his influential show on the Comedy Central network in August, was honored with his wife Tracey at a gala Saturday night of Farm Sanctuary, which provides shelter to animals rescued from factory farms.Tracey Stewart, surrounded by Jon and the couple's two children, announced that the family had bought a farm in New Jersey to serve as an animal sanctuary accompanied by an educational center.
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