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Brits still waiting for Brexit comedy dividendThey were the two stories that rocked the Western world last year. But while Donald Trump's election injected new life into U.S. political comedy, the British are still waiting for Brexit to usher in their new golden age of satire. Americans can choose from half a dozen weekly or nightly TV shows for acute observations of a political transformation that has given veteran actor Alec Baldwin a whole new career as a Trump impersonator.Zaltzman launched The Bugle in 2007 with fellow Brit John Oliver who has since become one of the most influential TV satirists in America with his own weekly HBO show "Last Week Tonight".A smaller TV channel, Dave, best-known for showing reruns of HIGNFY and other "banter" formats, has launched its own weekly political comedy show, "Unspun," presented by Matt Forde, whose Trump impersonation gives Alec Baldwin's a run for his money.
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