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Donald Trump Mocked Using Deep-Fake Technology in New Sketch

Deep-fake Technology show Donald Trump read us a lovely Christmas story.

Credit: Sassy Justice

I’m not cry-laughing, you are. 

Sassy justice is a new project of sketches and satire from the hilarious creators of Southpark. In the video, the President gives an annual Christmas address in the form of a Christmas tale. This Christmas tale, however, draws strange parallels with trumps’ re-election campaign.

The video was created using deep-fake technology, where someone replaces an already-created video with someone’s likeness. The technology isn’t all fun and games though and has been used in celebrity pornographic videos, revenge porn, and fake news- with the ability to ruin someone’s life. For example, you’ve probably seen a video of Obama calling Donald Trump a “complete dipshit”, a video created using compelling deep-fake technology.

Credit- Sassy Justice

The person in the video is actually Serafinowicz, who tells the story brilliantly, complete with cartoons to illustrate the president’s points. Trump clearly sees himself as the “cool, awesome” reindeer. Whether anyone sees him like that is yet to be discovered.

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