Trevor Noah compares Trump and Khan on "The Daily Show". Picture: Screengrab/YouTube

"The Daily Show" host Trevor Noah compared newly-elected Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to US president Donald Trump, and tweeps were not impressed. 

He also slammed the Catholic Church, which did not sit well with many of his fans.

The recent wave of criticism comes just weeks after Noah faced backlash over an Aboriginal joke he made several years ago resurfaced online, and shortly before that, he was in hot water with the US French Ambassador over comments he made about the French national soccer team following their World Cup win in Russia. 

Speaking on his late-night show earlier this week, Noah told viewers that he believed the former cricketer and Trump had a lot in common.

Noah compared coverage of the Pakistani leader to reports about a "tanned Trump" and that Imran's residency was a "Pakistani Trump Tower".

"Look, I’m not saying Imran Khan is the brown Trump. Imran Khan is one of many leaders around the world following the successful format of the hit show called ‘The Trump Presidency’, including apparently using the same writers.” 

“I don’t know if Prime Minister Khan will turn out like President Trump, but if you were moving to Pakistan to escape Trump, you might want to pick someplace else,” Trevor said at the end of his segment.

Noah also made some searing comments about the Catholic Church.

The comedian was responding to the news that in Pennsylvania the church covered for 300 priests accused of sexually abusing children over the past 70 years.

Noah's comments soon trended on social media with many slamming him for knowing no limits. However, some did agree with the comedian's comments.

See mixed reactions below.