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The Simpsons Hilariously Spoof Trumps First 100 Days

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The Simpsons show has definitely changed over the years. What was once a blue-collar sitcom has become a show filled with meta-humor and beloved characters that evolve too quickly. But, what hasn’t changed is the cartoon’s effortless ability to parody everyone and everything.

In a recent Twitter video, The Simpsons’ Twitter account posted a sneak peek of what to look forward to in their upcoming episode. The 90-second clip features a brutal troll of Trump’s first 100 days in office. Full of hilarious nuances, the clip manages to cram in about 50 different events that have already taken place during the presidency.

Be sure to watch closely, some of the humor is quite subtle yet clever nonetheless in its delivery.

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Ouch. I wonder how Trump will walk away from that one? Let’s just hope his next couple of hundred days go a little better than the first. And lets also pray that The Simpsons story lines go back to their old silly and stupid comedy, and maybe throw in a bit more political satire too.

Can’t get enough of one of America’s favorite families? Watch here how they predicted the outcome of the 2016 election.

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