The segment aired on his late-night show Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday. That same day, the real-life first lady announced the theme for this year’s decor is “America the Beautiful”, which aims to celebrate the country’s “traditions, values, and history”.
In Kimmel’s version, however, the first lady’s Christmas decor sends an entirely different message.
The spoof video includes ornaments with messages such as “get the f*** out of here”, “I hate him” written across a photo of Donald Trump, and “this is bulls***”.
Kimmel also referenced a tape aired last month by CNN in which Trump can be heard discussing her role in unveiling the White House’s Christmas decorations and wondering aloud: “Who gives a f*** about Christmas?”
Another spoof video unveiled by Kimmel consists in a faux ad for Trump’s holiday album, which in this alternate reality is called Who Gives a F*** About Christmas? – to experience “all the angst and fury of a White House Christmas”, which classics such as “F*** the Halls” and “Who Cares that Santa Claus is Coming to Town?”.
This is the final Christmas in Donald Trump’s term as president. President-elect Joe Biden will be sworn into office on 20 January after winning the 2020 presidential election.
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