Jon Stewart continued his fight for the 9/11 first responders last night visiting The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Earlier this week he appeared on The Daily Show and now he brought his message to congress to the Late Show.
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Jon Stewart has an important message for Congress about renewing the Zadroga Act that will continue to give the first responders of 9/11 health benefit payments. Many first responders suffered illness after working at the 9/11 site.
Colbert gives Jon Stewart a "pro tip" on how to get his message heard. He tells him to Trump it up and it worked! Jon Stewart walks into Stephen Colbert's Monologue to deliver his message. Colbert is telling him that he has to become Trump to get heard. Colbert puts a Trump wig on Stewart and colors his face with red stuff found in a bag of Cheetos. That is already hilarious, but wait until Stewart trumps it up.
Watch the must see clip below.
The Zadroga Act is named after James Zadroga, a New York Police officer who died of respiratory disease attributed to his rescue operation on the World Trade Center grounds in the 9/11 attack.
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Congress needs to vote on the renewal fo the Zadroga act to keep the money flowing to the over 70,000 who are enrolled in this program.