Sesame Street made fun of Trump 10 years ago as a trash-hoarding puppet.

Sesame Street made fun of Trump 10 years ago as a trash-hoarding puppet.
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Donald Grump is a shockingly accurate portrayal of a politician by a similar name.

Ten years ago, Donald Trump was in the media for his television show The Apprentice, and the children's show Sesame Street did a great job of making fun of him. Today, the video draws many parallels to the Donald we know today.

In the clip, Oscar the Grouch and his friends are loyal supporters of Donald Grump, saying "He's got the most trash of any grouch in the world," and "He's loaded with trash, his name in on every piece of trash in town." The puppet Grump/Trump even says, "I'm the trashiest, I'm the grouchiest" Agreed!

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Although it's supposed to be a parody of The Apprentice, when Donald Grump fires two people and immediate has them removed by hailing them a taxi, it eerily echoes his anti-immigration policies.

Both Trump and Grump are two fluffy-haired, cranky dudes, but I'd rather have the puppet version be the one running for president.

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