Both specials became part of the popular "Netflix is a joke" marketing campaign. Evan Valentine reviewed them, saying: "Dave Chappelle is back, rising like a phoenix from the ashes of his self imposed exile, with plenty of insight to share".
The comedian, who has previously criticized Trump's treatment of the "historically disenfranchised", has a new Netflix special coming out on New Year's Eve where he tackles Trump, the economy and race.
This will bring the total number of Netflix specials for Chappelle up to four, with two hilarious ones already available on the service.
Equanimity: Emmy® Award-winning comedy titan Dave Chappelle is capping a banner year with a stand-up event packed with scorching new material, self-reflection and tough love.
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Netflix has announced that it will be releasing not one, but two Chappelle shows on December 31.
Colbert then asked how the comedian felt about Trump now, but instead of giving his own personal thoughts on the president, Chappelle said the public is now "getting an education (on) the presidency".
I'm standing there thinking in my mind: "You are poor". I know that rich people call poor white people 'trash.' And the only reason I know that is because I made so much money past year that the rich whites told me they say it at a cocktail party.
And I stood with them in line, like all of us Americans are required to do in a democracy - nobody skips the line to vote - and I listened to them.
Are you guys excited to see more of Chappelle? What do you think about his change of opinion regarding Trump?