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'Bad Lip Reading' at Democratic National Convention Is Hilarious

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By    |   Monday, 22 Aug 2016 11:45 AM

Bad Lip Reading released a video voiceover on YouTube of the Democratic National Convention, and the comedy sketch has gone viral.

Replacing the speeches of Democratic leaders with words that match their mouth movements, Bad Lip Reading's video gives new lines to everyone from Democratic Presidential Nominee Hilary Clinton to Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Published on Aug. 19, the video had about 1.8 million views on Monday morning.

"Oh, wow, uh, this really sucks," Chelsea Clinton's voiceover says. "Like, all you people who are here tonight. Shout out to my crew; all my girlies."

Hilary Clinton gets a voiceover to say, "Two cheers for all the tears of my manservants. They sort of can smile and always get me the sugar packet. They’re like property of mine."

The montage also features voiceovers for President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, with the first lady appearing to say "We ladies know how a player is. But when they go 'hello' we go 'hey.'"

President Obama is made to appear to be saying "I want to list a few words that sound like real words but aren't real. Hondish. Coddlesip. Eubillican. Respeciment. Complectogram. These words, ought to mean something. Toelingus. That sounds nasty."

Last year, the channel released a video of the first Republican debate.

Twitter users applauded the hilarious montage.

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