Toria Sheffield
Updated September 15, 2016 3:38 am

It’s no secret that — less than eight weeks before the November elections — the country is tense AF. We don’t think we’re exaggerating when we say politics in our lifetime have never felt so bananas, and we also don’t think we’re exaggerating when we say a lot of this has to do with Republican nominee Donald J. Trump.

And last night, on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, Noah went on a truly epic Trump-related rant — specifically on the candidate’s take on immigration

Take a look:

The rhythmic rant (which was honestly more like spoken-word poetry) basically points out that America IS immigrants.

Noah notes that the beauty of the U.S. is that the son of an immigrant family like Steve Jobs can grow up to found a company like Apple (and he also noted the irony of the fact that Trump then uses his Apple phone to Tweet hateful comments about immigrants).

He says that the beauty of the U.S. is that someone like himself — an immigrant — can sit on national television and critique presidential nominees.

He says you can’t “make America great again” on this particular issue, because it’s what already MAKES America great, and to insinuate anything else is simply un-American.

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Bravo, Trevor Noah, bravo!

H/T Entertainment Weekly