New 'Daily Show' Host Criticized for Tweets

On Monday, Comedy Central announced that South-African comedian Trevor Noah would succeed Jon Stewart as host of "The Daily Show."
On Tuesday, the backlash began.
Noah, 31 and largely unknown in America before being tapped as the new emcee of the satirical news program, has been criticized for some of his past Twitter posts.
A few of his posts made fun of Jews in a manner that some critics have called anti-Semitic and other tweets were jokes about women that some have interpreted as misogynistic: