[narrator] In a time of civil
and political unrest, one man works tirelessly to
defend the American dream. Fake news. Fake news.
Fake weather. [narrator] This February, meet
our cartoon president. And then Ohio came in
and I was like, “Wow!” And then they called Wisconsin,
and I was President. And Hillary called me to concede
and it was official. I had won the presidency.
Do you want to hear it again? [narrator] Watch him grapple
with difficult decisions. War time, baby! Give me that nuclear football!
Hyah! [narrator] Feel the romance. Why are you looking at me? There’s a TV in the room. [narrator] Meet the President’s
most trusted advisers. Remember
when everyone said you were the dumbest person
in the world? Then we showed up on TV and they
were like, “We spoke too soon.” We could be
your new spokesmen. [narrator] His closest allies. -Whoo-whoo!
-Whoo-whoo. [all] Whoo-whoo! Whoo-hoo! Y’all lookin’ at me
like I’m crazy. I didn’t even start the
“whoo-whoos,” did I? [narrator]
His most formidable foes. Just know you can’t soften me up
with a bunch of New York talk. Of course not,
Mr. President. We’re not going to talk about
New York. -What about it?
-Empire State Building. -Hudson River.
-Pizza! Uh, uh, train tracks! -[all] Central Park!
-Five. [narrator] And…Ted Cruz. Ted Cruz! [narrator] Don’t miss the highest rated show
of all time. I love you, Dad! I love me, too! [horn blares] [narrator] From executive
producer Stephen Colbert, “Our Cartoon President.” With a show that funny,
who needs affordable healthcare? Not me! I’m just glad Showtime’s getting
out of the smut business. ♪♪♪