During an appearance on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," the Emmy winner explained how many themes in his Broadway play, "To Kill a Mockingbird," are just as relevant today as when Harper Lee first wrote the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel in 1960.
“It’s a mixed audience, but there’s a lot of… liberal white America sitting out there," he told Colbert. "This play is like a right hook to their chin. You watch the movie, you read the book, but you feel the play."...
Daniels added that "America needs to do better" and shared his thoughts on the Democratic debates.
“This is the second debate out of 20?" he mused. "Jesus. You know, whittle it down, but we need somebody that can take this guy on, that can punch him in the face."