Trump’s 100 Days in Office, according to The Simpsons
The popular animated television series has just drawn its own summary of what has been the first three months of the American magnate at the head of the White House.
A new chapter has just been added to the long story between The Simpsons and Donald Trump. This time the famous animated series portrays the US president summarizing his greatest achievements during the first 100 days of his presidential term.
In pajamas and surrounded by books with titles like "The Little Book of Big Bombs" or "Kill Something Good" by Bill O'Reailly, you see a Trump satisfied with the increase of followers in his Twitter account and the progress of his golf handicap.
The joyful gesture of the president disappears just as an adviser informs him that he has to read a bulky bill that seeks to reduce the collection of taxes to Republicans. "Can Fox News read it and I watch what they say?" Asks a Trump burdened by the presidential obligation.
The 19-second clip shows a gloomy atmosphere inside and outside of the White House, a place full of presidential advisors about to kill themselves.
Once elected President of the United States in Novembre, Trump released his plan for his first 100 days in office.