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The latest episode of NBC’s “The Office,” the workplace comedy about office workers, also included a joke at Donald Trump’s expense.
“We’re gonna take some of Trump’s money,” Michael Scott (Kevin McHale) said in the episode, which aired Sunday. “The office of the president is a nice office. Not too expensive, but not too posh. And if he doesn’t know he’s the president of the United States it’s gonna be a bit like the world’s most expensive man cave.”
Michael Scott has become one of the Republican party’s leading figures since Donald Trump’s election. And the actor, who has made disparaging remarks about the New York senator, has also been a Trump supporter.
However, when news broke that Trump has reportedly taken the campaign to “Crooked Hillary” in a desperate move to boost the fortunes of the Republican Party, the actor tweeted a joke at the president’s expense.
“The office of the president is a nice office. Not too expensive, but not too posh. And if he doesn’t know he’s the president of the United States it’s gonna be a bit like the world’s most expensive man cave,” Scott said, in what appeared to reference the recent controversy surrounding House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.).
Scott went on to say, sarcastically, that “the world’s most expensive man cave” wouldn’t be the best place for Trump to reside.
The Office had been airing three episodes last week, one apiece Thursday, Friday and Sunday.
The Washington Post’s Abby Phillip reports on the Trump administration’s moves and struggles. (Erin Patrick O’Connor/The Washington Post)
In his Monday tweet, Scott also included a line from “The Godfather” — a film about New York City — that appeared to poke fun at the Republican party. After an apparent car accident forces Michael Scott (Kevin Carroll) to flee the scene, the character Michael Corleone (Al Pacino) tells the assembled mob: “What I don’t have is a place to go.”
I’m not saying I’m in it.
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