Donald Trump has been up in arms about Alec Baldwin’s impression of him all last season on Saturday Night Live. With few exceptions, Baldwin’s parody caused Trump to lash out via Twitter or at one of his pep-rallies. Unfortunately for Trump, Baldwin’s spoof is hardly the only one. In fact, comedy producers from all over the world are doing Trump parodies and satire. In addition to that, advertisers around the world are discovering that making fun of Trump can be a great way to increase sales. With all the positive audience feedback and improved sales, it is easy to assume that Trump spoofs will continue and perhaps increase over the coming years.
What will The Donald ever do? If he tries to respond to all of them via Twitter he might wear out the tiny fingers on his little hands. Trump has never been one to ignore people who mocked him or take it in good fun, so let us hope that he doesn’t use the power of the presidency to silence those who dare mock The Donald.
If he does decide to attack those who make fun of him, he will have a pretty hefty list to go through. The following is a list of just the different countries where the video below features Trump parodies;
- South Africa
- Pakistan (multiple)
- Taiwan (multiple)
- India (multiple)
- China (multiple)
- New Zealand
That’s just what could be fit in a video that is less than three minutes long.
One of the best things about some of the clips is the variety of ways that people mocked the next President. Some like to feature a dancing Trump. Some others use animals, kids, and puppets to have their fun. One show in Germany used the tune ‘Come As You Are’ by Nirvana to do a spoof featuring Trump’s hair. An Australian company used Trump’s ‘vision’ to build a wall on the Mexican border to sell a new 360-degree camera. The commercial has Trump bragging about his impenetrable wall while speaking to a crowd. Trump has his back turned to the wall and towards the crowd as people flow out of a hole that apparently bypasses the wall by going right under it. The tagline asks people to ‘get a broader perspective’ — unlike Trump’s.
A Canadian clip shows a guy imitating the PEOTUS trying to insult Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau.
A Uruguayan film short has Trump as a futuristic ‘Transformer’ style robot on a rampage. Of course, the rockets shoot from his ‘wherever.’
There’s much more packed into the clip below, check it out;
Featured image is a screen capture from the video above.