Maggie Rose Stewart is the daughter of the comedian, actor, television host, director, and political commentator Jon Stewart.
She was born on February 4, 2006. She has an elder brother named Nathan Thomas Stewart.
Her mother is Tracey McShane, an animal rights advocate and graphic designer. His mother also worked as a former veterinary technician.
Parent's Married Life
Jon has been happily married to Tracey McShane since 2000. They met in 1997.
Jon was working on the film Wishful Thinking then, and the film production assistant arranged a blind date between him and Tracey.
He uniquely proposed to her through a personalized crossword puzzle. They are blessed with two kids.
Maggie is 15 years old.
Her father's net worth is estimated to be $120 million.
Jon Talked About The Wuhan Lab Theory
In an interview, Jon said that science helped ease the suffering of the pandemic and paid his gratitude for its contribution.
On the other hand, he stated the pandemic was more likely caused by science.
He explained there is a novel respiratory coronavirus lab in Wuhan, China, which is the same name as the disease.
He found it weird. He said how they named their lab after the coronavirus and didn’t know how the virus broke.
He was not convinced by their explanation about how the disease was caused by bats at all.
He said thousands of bats in Texas fly every night, but no virus like coronavirus exists.
He added the only coronavirus existed in Wuhan, where they had a lab studying coronavirus.
Jon Responded To The Backlash He Got From His Interview With Stephen Colbert
In an interview with Stephen, Jon commented on Wuhan's lab theory. He got a lot of backlash for his remark.
He said what he thought about the virus. People also called him racist for targeting Asian people.
In his defense, he said he talked more about science, vaccines, and pandemics.
He added he talked about why things happened according to him. He said the hate he got from the people was sudden and loud.
Jon Negotiated With Donald Trump Through Interview
Jon took over Stephen Colbert's late-night talk show to give the message to President.
He shared he was aware that he was going through much criticism after becoming president.
He said that everyone was having difficulty accepting him as their president.
He added that the president did things that delighted and disgusted him.
He said if anyone from Republican Party dared to speak against him, they would feel humiliated.
He even mimicked Trump. He kept his point of view about immigration rules.
He suggested enforcing a stricter border policy. He said President casually separated people coming to the asylum for their children.
He joked that he was no longer Ronald McDonald. He asked him to negotiate with him to end his cruelty.
He said they would give him a massive building with a golden toilet engraved with his name.
He even offered him news coverage about him 24 hours a day. He even agreed to destroy his enemy Barack Obama's house.
Stewart Asked To Extend The 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund
Stewart called the lawmakers to extend the fund for the 9/11 survivors and first responders that was about to expire next year.
The issue was not getting enough attention, so he testified before Senate Mitch McConnell.
He said he had a problem with Senate related to the 9/11 fund.
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