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Yet while Maher has never hidden the joy he takes in busting on Trump—or, for that matter, his broadly Democratic leanings—he has distinguished himself from John Oliver, Stephen Colbert, and Seth Meyers by sucker-punching the Left as gleefully as he does the Right.Before introducing his panel, he talked one-on-one with Elizabeth Warren, the senior senator from Massachusetts, about why Americans chronically vote against their interests.He waited for the shouts of "Trump is a whiny little bitch" to subside—the line has become something of a catchphrase—and then went into his routine.Heavy on international politics, it included one of his favorite chestnuts: "Islam believes in peace.
(A week later, Le Pen would lose the election, with just 34 percent of the vote.) Maher was settled into his plane seat with his favorite comic read, the I saw him tousle his silver mane and asked him, with a snicker, whether he'd seen the op-ed. Over four decades, he has honed a comic style that might be called contrarian chic: He views himself as the ultimate truth teller and takes special pleasure in playing the liberal apostate.
He congratulated the audience on making it through Donald Trump's first hundred days.
"It's like Lent if we all gave up reality," he said. Trump's startling victory last fall has been a boon for comics across the country, but Maher, who routinely calls the president a "whiny little bitch," got there early.
Maher put down a binder of jokes and turned to Mark Monto, his gray-haired security guy, who is also a former pilot. " The plane emerged from the storm a few minutes before we landed at Midway Airport with a thump.
At the regal Chicago Theatre, Maher stepped onstage in front of more than three thousand fans.