'The Simpsons': Watch Homer Make His Choice for President in New Short

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A Simpson-ized version of Donald Trump is shown reading "Great Speeches" by A. Hitler in a new short that compares the two presidential candidates.

The Simpsons have once again mocked the campaign season. In a new Simpsons short, Homer Simpson is convinced to become a Democrat after having a disagreement with his wife Marge.

When Marge tells Homer she can't make love to him until he picks a presidential candidate to vote for, Homer resorts to the "American way" and turns on the TV, where a political commercial prompts the question, "It's 3 a.m. and the phone is ringing in the White House. Who do you want to answer that call?"

The short then shows The Situation Room ringing for Donald Trump, who is in bed reading a book called Great Speeches by Adolph Hitler. Trump puts the call on hold to tweet that he's glad he exiled Elizabeth Warren. He also tells his staff, “put my name on the Lincoln Memorial, make Chris Christie eat a worm just for laughs, disband NATO and make me some scrambled eggs in a gold plate.”

By the time Trump has finished prepping his signature spray-tanned look (hair, injections and all), hours have passed and the Republican candidate is too late for handling the crisis. 

Meanwhile when Hillary Clinton receives an emergency call in the middle of the night, Bill Clinton answers the phone call, only for the former president to realize the call is for his wife. Hillary takes the phone, telling Bill, "Yes from now on, it's always for me." The commercial ended on the statement, "Paid for by Americans who are really starting to miss Obama."

After the commercial, Homer exclaims that he's voting for Trump, which angers Marge Simpson. Homer then proceeds to say "and that's how I became a Democrat."

Watch the funny short below, which also shows how a small dog is the secret behind Trump's signature hair.

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