Studying South Africa is, in fact, the best way to prepare for a Donald Trump presidency, the South African native warned The Daily Show viewers.

Making his case, Noah said that, until a few years ago, South Africa’s economy was “humming and the country was celebrating its first black president.” In the last few years, he said, the economy has stalled, unemployment spiked “and government corruption is rampant.”  That’s because South African voters “decided to shake things up and elected a charismatic anti-establishment president,” who turned the country “from a rising power into a troubled state.”

Trump and Zuma “seem like they’re brothers from another mother,” he concluded.