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Randy Rainbow Channels ‘The Little Mermaid’ to Mock Donald Trump in ‘Poor Deplorable Troll’: Watch

With his poll numbers sinking lower and trailing Democratic nominee Joe Biden, President Donald Trump is facing a difficult general election this November — and now, Randy Rainbow is reminding him of that.

On Monday (July 6), Rainbow posted his latest parody video, “Poor Deplorable Troll,” in which he endlessly mocks the president’s recent falterings, from his botched Tulsa rally to his steadily declining approval rating and poll numbers.

The video starts with Rainbow in a one-on-one “interview” with the president, where he uses footage from a recent Fox News town hall during which Trump said that Biden was “going to be your president because some people don’t love me, maybe.” In his video, Rainbow grins and retorts, “You said it, not me!”

As the music from The Little Mermaid’s song “Poor Unfortunate Souls” begins seeping in, Rainbow starts to ridicule the president, pointing specifically to his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, the continued social unrest, and his recent string of ill-attended events as proof. “The last four years with you have been a nightmare,” Rainbow sings. “They weren’t kidding when they called you, well, unfit.”

Toward the video’s end, the comedian changes into a full Ursula-meets-Trump costume, and closes out his song with one final, lengthy burn for the president. “All your wacky, racist rants have every pundit pro and poll/ saying you’ll lose your election like you’ve lost your self-control,” Rainbow jeers. “Kellyanne and Kayleigh, girls come quick/ The boss is in a hole/ This poor deplorable troll!”

Check out Rainbow’s full rendition of “Poor Deplorable Troll” below:

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