Dave Chappelle Addresses Trump Voters In His Netflix Special

And Another One: New Dave Chappelle Netflix Special 'The Bird Revelation' to Join 'Equanimity' on Dec. 31

"Poor. He's fighting for me.'" The audience roars into laughter.

Netflix has announced that two new Dave Chappelle stand-up specials will be landing on New Year's Eve.

During the clip, Dave insinuates that working-class American's have been duped into thinking that the president is on their side when in reality, Trump is allegedly working in favor of American's who are already extremely wealthy, such as Dave himself.

In addition to the previously announced special "Equanimity", the iconic comedian will also release the special "The Bird Revelation".

We can all agree that 2017 was a lot.

Chappelle said he failed to comprehend some of the comments Trump voters were making while waiting in line outside the polling booths.

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'I saw some angry faces and some determined faces, but they felt like decent folk. And to my surprise, you know what I didn'tsee?

'I didn't see one deplorable face in that group.

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'And the only reason I know that is because I made so much money a year ago, the rich whites told me they say it at a cocktail party'. The 44-year-old also talked about meeting "poor whites" waiting to cast their vote for Trump during the presidential election.

Following the 2016 election last November, Chapelle hosted "Saturday Night Live" and performed a joking monologue about how he planned to give Trump "a chance".

The December 31 releases will be Chapelle's third and fourth comedy specials for Netflix. "I would like to think absolutely not", he said, later adding that he's "not an obstructionist of anybody's lifestyle, as long as it doesn't hurt me or people I love and I don't believe that lifestyle does".

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