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"The Daily Show" sent Aasif Mandvi to report on San Francisco's "ban" on Happy Meals. In one five-minute segment, the comedy news program manages to set a trap for one of the politicians behind this ban -- one that basically leads him into saying parents hold the key to childhood obesity and that some companies are more equal than other companies.