It’s abundantly clear that the world’s most famous naturalist, Sir David Attenborough, is no fan of the Donald Trump presidency.
Attenborough has previously narrated anti-Trump videos in the famous style of his fabled documentaries.
Now the 94-year-old has loaned his voice to a new ad campaign that calls out Trump for being an overweight, corrupt misogynist. Well, if it’s not Sir David, it’s a bloody good impersonator.
The ad’s the work of a group called The Lincoln Party who are members of Trump’s own Republican party but are working desperately hard to ensure he doesn’t get re-elected in the US presidential elections in November by trolling him in series of online spoof campaigns.
In Attenborough’s ‘Nationalist Geographic documentary’ ad, Trump is identified as “Impotus Americanus” which is “notable for its exotic plumage” and is “typically a ruddy orange colour not found in nature”.
The TVC also alludes to Trump’s alleged history of sexual assault and his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, as well as having a poor diet consisting of nothing but fast food.
Check out the fun below:
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