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If it's true, as has been said, that Millennials are far more likely to get their news from sources like Jon Stewart's The Daily Show than more traditional outlets, General Motors' image is taking even more of a beating with younger buyers.

On his Comedy Central show last night, the comic and "anchorman," offered a funny and witheringly sarcastic take on the General's more years of dithering toward a recall of small cars for an ignition switch defect.

For example, pointing to charges this week that fixing the problem from the start would have cost 57 cents a car, he opined, "You could've found at least that much in the seats of the cars you're fixing!"

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