Lance Armstrong has had something of a rough week.

On Wednesday morning he announced that he would be stepping down from his post as chairman of Livestrong – a charity he started back in 1997. Mind you, this is an organization that has raised a reported $500 million, and yet, the public backlash against Armstrong has been so bad as of late, even his work to battle cancer can’t save him.

After word of him stepping down from Livestrong hit the news, Nike released a statement announcing that they were terminating their relationship with Armstrong. Yes, the company that willingly works with convicted dog fighter Michael Vick has decided that Armstrong’s shadiness has reached the point of no return.

And as if things couldn’t get any worse for America’s one-time cycling hero, even the good folks at The Daily Show are having some fun at his expense. Check it out:

When it rains, it pours.

(Kudos SportsGrid)

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