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From The Root

Los Angeles — In a hilarious interview on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, comedian Louis C.K. discussed race and privilege, letting no one off the hook. When asked by Leno about his daughters, C.K. states that they’re “two white girls in America. They’re doing great.”

He goes on to poke fun at 20-year-olds who gripe about their jobs, white people who want blacks to get over slavery and distort historical facts in the process, and college students who go to so-called Third World countries to make a difference and really don’t do anything but make themselves feel good. He says, “They hate you.” We love Louis C.K. for telling it like it is and making us laugh in the process.

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