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A puppet portrays President Trump in holiday GZERO sketch

Screenshot from GZERO Media Youtube

How many times have we heard President Donald Trump falsely claim that he was the actual winner of the 2020 election? If tens of millions of voters and the Electoral College "landslide" aren't enough to convince him otherwise, what's stopping him from going even further? Imagine him claiming to be Santa Claus, just because. The spectre of that big, orange mess sliding down the chimney is enough to terrify any child.

The holidays aren't over until New Year's Day, so enjoy this hilarious GZERO puppet skit -- where our worst nightmare comes true.


If Trump Can't be President ... Will He Claim to be Santa Claus? | PUPPET REGIME | GZERO Media www.youtube.com

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