You may not have heard of him, but there is a man called Donald Trump who lives in America and is running to be President.
We say man, but we really mean a giant baby toy that melted in the sun.
And now the internet has had its own fun!
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21 Times Donald Trump Reared His Head In Pop CultureHe's in almost every 90s sitcom you can name.
1 of 21Comedy Central/South ParkSouth Park: Technically, this is supposed to be the President of Canada. But it's basically Donald Trump, and he tanks the country until he dies at the end of the episode.
2 of 21The Fresh Prince of Bel Air: We can only assume that this is one of the moments Will Smith most regrets, besides agreeing to make Wild Wild West.
3 of 21Paramount/ZoolanderZoolander: Even Trump was a big fan of Zoolander, but not the other way around.
4 of 21Fox/Home Alone 2Home Alone 2: Trump points a parentless child off into the distance with no concern whatsoever. Take some responsibility, man!
5 of 21Pizza HutPizza Hut: If Trump starring in a pizza commercial doesn't make you want to chow down, what possibly could?
6 of 21Warner Bros./Two Weeks NoticeTwo Weeks Notice: Hugh Grant, desperate for advice, inexplicably turns to Trump, who tells him that you must always wear a flower that looks 85% like your own face.
7 of 21HBO/Sex and the CitySex and the City: Samantha looks at Trump for a brief moment, but wisely decides not to pursue him.
8 of 21Universal/The Little RascalsThe Little Rascals: Trump plays the father of the villainous rich kid, who it turns out is actually a better person than he is.
9 of 21ABC/The JobThe Job: You know that TV show you never watched that Liz Hurley turned up in? Yeah, Trump was in that.
10 of 21Triumph/Ghosts Can't Do ItGhosts Can't Do It: Trump actually won an award for his role in this film - a Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actor. And he was playing himself.
11 of 21McDonald'sMcDonald's: In a horrifying fever dream, Trump talks burgers with Grimace in a New York City office. We're not sure who looks more like they're about to melt.
12 of 21Buena Vista/EddieEddie: Trump seemed to have a thing for popping up in movies that everyone completely forgot about. This was a Whoopi Goldberg movie about something we don't care about.
13 of 21CBS/The NannyThe Nanny: Of course Trump appeared in The Nanny, featuring a wealthy family - wait, is that the same staircase as the one in Fresh Prince? Is that the same HOUSE?? WHAT DID TRUMP DO?
14 of 21Fox/The SimpsonsThe Simpsons: This picture is pretty self-explanatory, right? Homer represents all of us as we watch Trump become president.
15 of 21Buena Vista/The AssociateThe Associate: Another poorly-reviewed Whoopi Goldberg film. What on earth was she doing in the 90s?
16 of 21ABC/The Drew Carey ShowThe Drew Carey Show: During a traffic jam, the gang unfortunately runs into a horrible street monster.
17 of 21ABC/Spin CitySpin City: A sitcom about New York's mayor in which he was not impressed at all by Trump's business books.
18 of 21WWEWWE: Such wrestling. Much presidential. Wow.
19 of 21WWEWWE: We thought you should see the end of this little scene. Ladies and gentlemen, the future former United States presidential candidate.
20 of 21NBC/Suddenly SusanSuddenly Susan: This show actually predicted a possible Trump presidency. Somebody find the writers!
21 of 21Fox/The SimpsonsThe Simpsons (again): But so did The Simpsons, in a 2000 episode where Lisa becomes president following a Trump administration. This is what he did to the US economy. Oops.
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