Jon Stewart: Halperin comment 'one of the greatest things I've seen' on television

>Jon Stewart highlighted Mark Halperin's gaffe on Morning Joe, calling it “maybe one of the greatest things I've seen in his life.”

“He just called the president a d–k!” Stewart shouted.
“People can argue whether that's appropriate, whether  Halperin crossed a some sort of line, journalism has lost its professionalism, personally I could give a (blank),” Stewart said, “That horse left the barn years ago.”

Stewart then went on to point out Morning Joe's Wilie Geist's “disapproving glare” and pasted a picture of Geist in several historic political apologies including Anthony Weiner's latest.

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