It was 2013, before Trump fully mobilized anti-Semites on Twitter, so he started the trend himself.
Stewart told the story at the Stand Up for Heroes benefit on November 1st, a week before "F*ckface von Clownstick" could be the most powerful person in the world.
Trump's attacks on Stewart were/are plentiful, an obsession that has pettily plagued him for years.
And, after all that attacking Stewart for changing his last name, Trump insisted that he never attacked Stewart for changing his last name.
Plus, let's not forget Trump's totally mature response to his Clownstick heritage.
We're with Seth Rogen, another Jew who should be "proud of his heritage," on this one.
While this election certainly could have used more Jon Stewart, luckily he's back in time to sum up the madness, and take on the criminal "locker room talk."