In Washington DC, 'Daily Show' correspondents mock K-Street, Metro and Lincoln Memorial

The Lincoln memorial reflecting pool is a 'puddle of goose turds.' K-Street (SE) is a s#it-hole, and the Metro is too nice.

Jon Stewart gets an earful of complaints from his correspondents before he launches into a report on Washington's systemic failings.

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