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The monologue segment is often followed by a segment featuring an exchange with a correspondent—typically introduced as the show's "senior" specialist in the subject at hand—either at the anchor desk with the host or reporting from a false location in front of a greenscreen showing stock footage.
Their stated areas of expertise vary depending on the news story that is being discussed, and can range from relatively general (such as Senior Political Analyst) to absurdly specific (such as Senior Religious Registry Correspondent).
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Jason Jones traveled to Iran in early June 2009 to report on the Iranian elections, and John Oliver traveled to South Africa for the series of segments "Into Africa" to report on the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
In March 2012, John Oliver traveled to Gabon, on the west African coast, to report on the Gabonese government's decision to donate million to UNESCO after the United States cut its funding for UNESCO earlier that year. reported live from the Republican National Convention and talked about Donald Trump's African-American support.
The cast of correspondents is quite diverse, and many often sarcastically portray extreme stereotypes of themselves to poke fun at a news story, such as "Senior Latino Correspondent", "Senior Youth Correspondent" or "Senior Black Correspondent".
They typically present absurd or humorously exaggerated takes on current events against the host's straight man.All videos are hosted by 3rd party websites and we have no control over their contents.