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Randy Rainbow Skewers Donald Trump's Love of Horrible Men to South Pacific Tune

Randy Rainbow Skewers Donald Trump's Love of Horrible Men to South Pacific Tune

Randy Rainbow

Rainbow mashes up a little of The Bachelor with a classic showtune to highlight Trump's weird obsession with awful men. 

Satirist Randy Rainbow tackles Donald Trump's affinity for bad men in his latest parody video. This time, Rainbow taps into the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic "I'm in Love with a Wonderful Guy" from South Pacific to skewer Trump's fascination with horrible men including Kim Jong-un, Vladimir Putin, Roger Stone, Brett Kavanaugh, and white supremacists in khakis carrying tiki torches.

"I don't see a rose. Does that mean no de-nuclearization?" Rainbow asks Trump in a faux interview following the breakdown of talks between Trump and the North Korean dictator.

The tune of the South Pacific song overlaps with Trump famously saying, "He likes me, I like him. Some people say You shouldn't like him. I say Why shouldn't I like him?"

Rainbow then leans into the psychology of Trump, accusing him of fealty to bad men because he has "daddy issues."

"He's as obedient as a tiny pup for any louse on a nuclear list," Rainbow sings. "Cause when his own daddy issues start flaring up there's not a psychopath he can resist."

"He gets horny for absolute power. Treacherous goons put a gleam in his eye..." Rainbow continues. "His taste in men stinks now he says that he thinks he's in love and we're all gonna die."

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