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The 'US Office' intro recut with Trump and his cabinet is absolute genius


If Trump and his cabinet seem like a joke to you then this will make you laugh.

Various scenes from Trump’s journey to the White House and his time there in the last two days have been recut to The Offices (the American one) intro in a video shared by Brandon Smith on Facebook.

We see Trump as Michael Scott, signing stuff he probably hasn’t read and cowering from a bald eagle. He’s joined by VP Mike Pence, House Speaker Paul Ryan, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao and US Attorney General Jeff Sessions as his supporting cast.

It’ll take a lot to trump this send up.



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