America’s First Family took on its biggest opponent yet: Donald Trump.
Marge and Homer Simpson are up late watching T.V. in a short episode posted to YouTube, titled “3 a.m.” as a parody of Hillary Clinton’s 2008 campaign ad.
“It’s 3 a.m., and the phone’s ringing in the White House, who do you want to answer that call?” a voice narrates in a political ad that’s “paid for by Americans who are really starting to miss Obama.”
First up: the Clintons, who are seen sleeping in bed when the phone rings. Former President Bill Clinton answers, but is forced to admit the call is for his wife.
“From now on, it’s always for me,” madam president snaps back.
But Trump bears the weight of “The Simpsons'” mockery. Portrayed as a bald, Adolf Hitler-reading, excessively tweeting autocrat, Trump ignores the first 3 a.m. call: “Not now – I’m on Twitter!” He answers the second emergency call from the “situation room,” saying he’ll be right there.
More than eight hours later, and after meeting with a team of beauticians — and installing his living toupee – Trump’s ready to go.
But it’s too late; Trump is told theChinese fleet are advancing.”Just build another wall,” he commands. “Yes, in the ocean—loser.”