The Simpsons Post a Short Honoring Donald Trump's First 100 Days


For over thirty years, The Simpsons have unleashed their sarcastic view on life, family and of course, politics. And this year with Donald Trump at the helm of the Resolute Desk in the Oval Office, The Simpsons' writers seem to be taking great delight in satirizing the 45th president of the United States.

This latest short posted by The Simpsons' YouTube Channel is meant as a satirical salute to Trump's first 100 days in office. The Simpsons staff were aiming to showcase Trump's achievements during his first days in office, but as even the most staunch Trump supporter might admit - things aren't exactly going well for the current inhabitants of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. 

One of the first shots in the shot alludes to Sean Spicer's rough go as Press Secretary as it pans past his hanging body in the White House Press Room with a sign on his chest saying "I quit."

The rest of the short holds nothing back as it references real events with a clever twist. Between shots of Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner in a no-holds-bar fight, and Trump asking if Fox and Friends could read a bill and let them tell him how to feel about it, Ivanka Trump replaces a still-living Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court (who doesn't take losing her seat to Ivanka kindly). 

This isn't the first time our favorite family from Springfield has tweaked Trump's nose. During the campaign, the Simpsons posted another short meant referencing the infamous 3am commercial Hillary Clinton used during her 2008 campaign against Barack Obama. 


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