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John Oliver mocks Donald Trump's penis in brilliant new take down

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Last week, you may have seen John Oliver causing a ripple of titters on both sides of the Atlantic, devoting a good 15 minutes of his hit US HBO show to taking apart the character, policies and hairpiece of one Donald Trump. Or rather Donald Drump (#MAKEDONALDDRUMPAGAIN).

Well now Oliver’s been at it again…

Covering the last seven days of the bewigged billionaire's run for President, the British host covered the most below-the-belt comments from his rivals on the campaign trail.

And we really do mean below-the-belt. You'll never think of a Cheeto the same way again.

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