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'The Simpsons': Trump's First 100 Days Spoofed

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By    |   Friday, 28 Apr 2017 10:16 AM

"The Simpsons" gave their take on President Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office in a new episode in what is now the cartoon’s 28th season.

In the episode, set to air on Fox this Sunday at 8 p.m., it’s a stormy night and the mood inside the White House is pretty dark, according to The Washington Post.

"A hundred days in office, so many accomplishments," "The Simpsons" Trump character says while sitting up in his bed scrolling through his cellphone.

"And finally we can shoot hibernating bears. My boys will love that," he says as his hair turns into a small dog.

In a previous scene, a Sean Spicer character can be seen hanging himself in the press briefing room with a sign on his chest that reads, "I quit."

Kellyanne Conway walks in the room and then flees, saying, "I am not replacing him."

The show then cuts to two other members of Trump’s administration, who are fighting each other, Deadline noted.

"The Simpsons" hinted at Trump’s presidency in an episode in 2000.

"It was a warning to America," Dan Greaney, writer for "The Simpsons," said when Trump first announced he’d be running for office, according to the Mirror.

"He seems like a ‘Simpsons’-esque figure – he fits right in there, in an over-the-top way," Greaney told The Washington Post’s Michael Cavna, at the time.

"But now that he’s running for president, I see that in a much darker way," he added. "He seemed kind of lovable in the old days, in a blowhard way."

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