Jon Stewart admits election jitters to Colbert “I’m terrified. I’m anxious, I’m lonely, I’m wishing it was 2010 again”

Appearing with Stephen Colbert, former “Daily Show” host Jon Stewart said he was “terrified” and “anxious” over the upcoming election and fears that Trump could win again.

“I’m terrified. I’m anxious, I’m lonely, I’m wishing it was 2010 again,” Jon Stewart told Colbert

“I just want to know what is gonna happen,” he continued. “I wanna know how much longer we have to keep going through this marathon. On election day, are we at the Heartbreak Hill where all that effort and all that resilience is about to pay off and we’re going to cross the finish line and finally be able to exhale? Or is this the halfway point, the 13-mile mark? And when will my nipples stop bleeding?”

“These are questions I have to know, Steve,” Stewart said.

After Colbert asked him what he meant by “finish line” Stewart answered “The finish line, for me, is this man not being president anymore and 1,000 people not dying every day from a disease we don’t understand.”

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