Wednesday's Daily Show episode is still causing a stir in the news. Jon Stewart did report on the New York One World Trade Center being now the tallest building in the United States, beating Chicago. Then things moved to Pizza.
Jon Stewart got himself into the middle of a Pizza fight between New York and Chicago. What startedout as a report about the new tallest building in the United States turned into a comparison between Chicago's deep dish pizza and New York style Pizza.
Jon Stewart starts out saying that Chicago style pizza is not even pizza it is a casserole. The segment triggered all kinds of responses including from Chicago's major Rahm Emanuel. See tweet below. Watch the whole Daily Show segment of Jon Stewart going off about deep dish Pizza - it is really funny. The Pizza rant starts at 3:30.
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