Published On: Tue, Aug 2nd, 2016

‘The Simpsons’ mocks Donald Trump in new episode


'The Simpsons' mocks Donald Trump in new episode

Los Angeles:  TV show “The Simpsons” has mocked Donald Trump in its latest episode which replicated the infamous 3 am phone call that Hillary Clinton highlighted in a TV ad against Barack Obama during the 2008 Democratic presidential primaries.

Simpsons struggle with making a decision about who to vote for in the upcoming presidential election in a hilarious new clip that was posted online recently.

In the video, Marge has trouble deciding who to vote: Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

“Yep, it’s the American way,” Homer replies as he reaches for the remote and turns on the TV.

A political ad appears, asking, “It’s 3 am in the White House. Who do you want to answer that call?”

Former president Bill Clinton answers the red phone by his bedside. “The situation room? I’ll be right there?” he says, before realising he’s not the president.

“It’s for you,” he says, handing the phone to his wife. “Yes,” Hillary replies. “From now on, it’s always for me.” An alternate scenario finds Trump in bed and ignoring the emergency call as he is too busy tweeting about Elizabeth Warren.

Trump then calls the situation room that he will be right there, but first the real estate mogul summons his team, who over the course of many hours apply powder to his face, spray on self-tanner, remove his nightcap to place a fluffy dog on his head and slip on a pair of larger hands.

The phone rings again and Trump finds that he’s too late for the meeting and the Chinese fleet is advancing. His solution? “Build another wall. Yes, in the ocean, loser!”

Homer offers to choose Trump but that does not go well with Marge.

“If that’s your vote, I question whether I can be with you ever again,” she says.

“And that’s how I became a Democrat,” Homer muses.

News Source Indian Express

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