In this screen grab from a "The Daily Show" interview, correspondent Aasif Mandvi talks with Don Yelton, a conservative activist and Buncombe County precinct chair, in a segment that aired on the Comedy Central show on Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2013.
In this screen grab from a "The Daily Show" interview, correspondent Aasif Mandvi talks with Don Yelton, a conservative activist and Buncombe County precinct chair, in a segment that aired on the Comedy Central show on Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2013. Courtesy of the Daily Show
In this screen grab from a "The Daily Show" interview, correspondent Aasif Mandvi talks with Don Yelton, a conservative activist and Buncombe County precinct chair, in a segment that aired on the Comedy Central show on Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2013. Courtesy of the Daily Show
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