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Jon Stewart Surprised Stephen Colbert With A Terrible — But HIGHlarious — Impersonation Of Donald Trump! All For A Good Cause!

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Apparently Jon's got no "zazz"!

Monday night, Jon Stewart made a surprise appearance on The Daily Show to help bring attention to the expired James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act which helps pay for 9/11 first responders' medical ailments.

But the former late night host isn't stopping with one appearance as he swung by his old pal Stephen Colbert's Late Show Thursday to further his campaign to get congress to pass the act permanently.

Related: Stephen Colbert Makes Victoria's Secret Angels Eat Buffalo Wings!

Unfortunately, Stewart's been out of the game long enough that his former costar doesn't think he can hold the audience's attention anymore.

That's why Colbert had a Donald Trump wig on hand and told Jon to do his best impersonation while making his pitch — because you know, EVERYONE pays attention to Trump for some reason. LOLz!

Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious impersonation (below) and let us know how you think did!

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Jon Stewart Returns To The Daily Show In A HIGHlarious & Eye-Opening Way — Watch!

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We've missed you, Jon!

It seems like an eternity since Jon Stewart left The Daily Show in early August. While the new host, Trevor Noah, has done a great job so far, it's just not quite the same.

Well last night, Stewart gave us what we've all been missing as he returned to the hit comedy news show — but it wasn't all laughs.

Related: Jon Inks A Four-Year Deal For A New Show With HBO!

Though the former late night host received several cheers from the audience, Jon actually stopped by the show to help bring attention to the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act. This act, which expired on October 1 this year, helped to pay for the medical ailments 9/11 first responders have suffered including cancer, respiratory and digestive disorders, as well as mental health conditions.

So the funnyman did what he does best and took a group of 9/11 responders to the U.S. Capitol to visit officers of senators in hopes of having them pass the act permanently.

Ch-ch-check out the funny and eye-opening video (below) and let us know your feelings about Stewart's message!

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