These Father's Day Ads Hilariously Parody Donald Trump's Outdated Views
Some views are literally outdated. It is an outdated view to believe the Earth is flat because there are actual photographs of Earth, a spherical planet in space.
So, when I say these attacks ads from the Florida Democratic Party highlight Donald Trump's outdated views, you know exactly what I mean.
For Father's Day, the party imagined what it would be like if Donald Trump was your father giving you advice. What almighty knowledge would the creator of Trump University pass on to you if he was your father?
Well, we've all heard some of the more famous Trumpisms, you know, like building a wall and making Mexico pay for it or any number of Trump's straight-up sexist statements.
All the party did was take the things Trump actually said and put them in the context of a grainy, '50s-era educational film. Each of the four videos begins with the same introductory statement and clip followed by something Trump actually said, only fashioned as a tip from father to daughter.
As the introduction says,
In celebration of Father's Day this year, here's some wholesome father-daughter advice from our presumptive Republican nominee for president of the United States, Donald Trump.
The results are actually hysterical, and you have to check all the tips and clips (and actual quotes) out below.
Trump Tip #1: Be a dutiful wife.
Trump's actual quote: "When I come home and dinner's not ready, I go through the roof."
Trump Tip #2: Only date attractive people.
Trump's actual quote: "It doesn't matter what they write, as long as you've got a beautiful piece of ass."
Trump Tip #3: Be resilient.
Trump's actual quote: "You've got to treat [women] like shit."
Trump Tip #4: Be as uninvolved with your children as possible.
Trump's actual quote: "I don't do anything to take care of them. I supply funds and [the women] take care of the kids.
There you have it, Trump's hypothetical Father's Day advice to his daughter: Be a dutiful wife, only date attractive people, be resilient (to being treated like shit) and be as uninvolved with your children as possible -- a real recipe for success.