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Randy Rainbow Duets With Patti LuPone to Tell Trump to Kick Rocks

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Dream a little dream of Trump being fired, the two sing to a Sondheim classic.

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Randy Rainbow has made a career out of skewering Donald Trump, but even he is ready to move on.

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The gay comedian's latest video features guest star Patti LuPone, the Tony-winning actress who starred in Evita's first Broadway run (Trump feebly attempted to re-create Evita's famous balcony scene this week). Appearing through a puff of smoke while Rainbow struggles to moderate the first presidential debate, LuPone declares, "When gay men are in crisis, I just materialize."

The two begin their duet, "If Donald Got Fired," where they sing about a post-Trump world where they can put down their "bottles and bongs" and LuPone can return to Broadway "belting Sondheim instead of cheap Internet parody songs."

Speaking of Stephen Sondheim, "If Donald Got Fired" is set to the tune of the gay composer's musical Gypsy, specifically the tune "If Momma Was Married." In their version, Rainbow and LuPone tell Trump to "get the hell out, and please take Lindsey Graham."

The video also serves as a fundraiser for the American Civil Liberties Union.

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Neal Broverman is the Editorial Director, Print of Pride Media, publishers of The Advocate, Out, Out Traveler, and Plus, spending more than 20 years in journalism. He indulges his interest in transportation and urban planning with regular contributions to Los Angeles magazine, and his work has also appeared in the Los Angeles Times and USA Today. He lives in the City of Angels with his husband, children, and their chiweenie.
Neal Broverman is the Editorial Director, Print of Pride Media, publishers of The Advocate, Out, Out Traveler, and Plus, spending more than 20 years in journalism. He indulges his interest in transportation and urban planning with regular contributions to Los Angeles magazine, and his work has also appeared in the Los Angeles Times and USA Today. He lives in the City of Angels with his husband, children, and their chiweenie.