WATCH: Jon Stewart Tells U.S. Troops Not to Worry, 'Trump Is Going to Keep You Busy'

Jon Stewart skewered Donald Trump while opening an event celebrating the 75th anniversary of the USO Show at Joint Base Andrews in Camp Springs, Maryland.

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Jon Stewart to Troops: "Don't Worry, Trump's Going To Keep You Busy When He's Commander in Chief"
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Jon Stewart: "Vice President Biden, He's always a guy we have a lot of fun with because he's a guy that's unpredictable. He'll say whatever he thinks of, whatever comes to his mind. Sort of impulsive. Sometimes you might think to yourself that sounds crazy, or man, that is crazy. And who would have thought that now that gets you the Republican nomination."

"Don't worry, Trump's going to keep you busy when he's commander in chief. You're going to have to repaint all the planes with 'Trump' in big gold letters. You're going to be busy."

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