Comedian Trevor Noah doesn't think too highly of President TrumpDonald John TrumpAccuser says Trump should be afraid of the truth Woman behind pro-Trump Facebook page denies being influenced by Russians Shulkin says he has White House approval to root out 'subversion' at VA MORE’s proposal for a large-scale military parade in the nation's capital.

“The world knows America has a military,” Noah said during a broadcast of "The Daily Show" on Wednesday. "It’s in their countries right now.”

Noah, who was born in South Africa, offered an alternative suggestion to the president: “If you really want a parade, every time there’s a drone strike just fly another drone behind it playing marching music.”

The Pentagon and White House confirmed this week that planning is underway for a military parade. Trump has reportedly proposed the idea multiple times following his visit to France during Bastille Day, where a military parade was held as he met with French President Emmanuel Macron. 

Officials reportedly said the parade would take place on Veterans Day.

Lawmakers from both parties, ex-administration officials and members of the media — including Fox News hosts — criticized the idea, calling it a waste of money and warning that it would appear “totalitarian” and evoke similar demonstrations in North Korea and Russia.

Noah acknowledged that holding a military parade in itself is not a sign of authoritarianism, but said "it's when you look at everything else that your Spidey Sense starts to tingle," referring to Spider-Man.

Noah went on to mention some of Trump's actions that the comedian said made the president seem like a "dictator," including firing former FBI Director James ComeyJames Brien ComeyDopey Russian ads didn't swing voters — federal coverups did Assessing Trump's impeachment odds through a historic lens Drama surrounding Shulkin — what is the future of VA health care? MORE and his recent comments that Democrats were committing "treason" by not clapping during his State of the Union address.