Maz Jobrani

comedian

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Maz Jobrani on KCRW

Maz Jobrani is an immigrant from Iran. He likes to target President Trump, and was especially critical when Trump’s travel ban went into effect in 2017.

Comedian Maz Jobrani on handling pro-Trump hecklers, and how he nearly became Trump Jr.

Maz Jobrani is an immigrant from Iran. He likes to target President Trump, and was especially critical when Trump’s travel ban went into effect in 2017.

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