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41 Facts About John Oliver
2. John Oliver has skewered Donald Trump over his claim to be "draining the swamp" in Washington, showing that he is instead doing just the opposite.
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7. John Oliver mocked acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker's history, job experience, and bicep tattoo in a scathing segment on Sunday night.
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9. John Oliver argues how little Donald Trump has done to 'drain the swamp'.
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12. John Oliver wants to know why his employer supported white nationalist sympathizer Steve King.
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15. The official YouTube video of John Oliver's Miss America segment has been viewed more than 15 million times.
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18. In 2004, John Oliver wrote and performed in the satirical radio program The Department on BBC Radio 4, with frequent comedy partner Andy Zaltzman and Chris Addison.
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19. John Oliver wrote and presented a BBC America campaign to have viewers use closed captioning.
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25. John Oliver has founded and legally incorporated a church, Our Lady of Perpetual Exemption, to demonstrate how easy it is to qualify as a church and receive tax exempt status in the United States.
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28. John Oliver performed various roles in the 2009 Comedy Central series Important Things with Demetri Martin.
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30. John Oliver had a recurring role on the NBC comedy Community as psychology professor Ian Duncan.
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31. John Oliver says he has full creative freedom, including free rein to criticise corporations, given HBO's ad-free subscription model.
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32. John Oliver received Emmy Awards for outstanding writing in 2009, 2011, and 2012.
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34. At the Festival and similar venues, John Oliver frequently worked with other members of the Chocolate Milk Gang, a group of comedians who often collaborated and performed with one another, including Daniel Kitson, Russell Howard, David O'Doherty, and Alun Cochrane.
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38. John Oliver dedicated a few minutes of Sunday night's episode to further discuss Crown Jewel.
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