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Jon Stewart, pictured, engaged Donald Trump in a war of words. Creative Commons

Al Madrigal amd Jon Stewart have had a pretty hilarious conversation about Telemundo and Univision and their particular political perspective. After Jon Stewart singled out Brent Bozell of the "Media Research Center" over MRC claim that Univision forced its audience sign up for ObamaCare. "How dare a cable network use its reach to help the audience comply with the law," Stewart mocked. He then turned to Al Madrigal for his perspective and it was quite frankly incredibly hilarious to watch. Check out the video.

"The Daily Show" has taken on MRC after it accused Univision of having a pro-ObamaCare agenda. “For more than a year the Spanish language television network Univision has embarked on their own company-wide effort to get Latinos signed up for the exchanges,” President and Founder of the MRC, Brent Bozell, said in a clip. “Bastardos! How dare a cable network use its reach to help the audience comply with the law,” Stewart joked before bringing in Latino correspondent Al Madrigal. Madrigal's commentary was amazing.

In a very tongue-in-cheek segment, Madrigal pointed out the narrow-mindedness of the conservative media, acting as something of devil's advocate to Jon Stewart's liberal perspective. He also made fun of the weather girls on Latino channels like Univision and Telemundo suggesting that their sexy outfits are propaganda for global warming. He also attacked Fox News for its hypocritical stance: while the Latino section of Fox is clearly pro immigration, other sections of the website are almost comically right-wing. And the comments...well, just watch the video.

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