Jimmy Kimmel pitches a reality show about celeb Donald Trump supporters
As the 2016 presidential campaign has unfolded, Donald Trump has received exponentially more media coverage than any other candidate. And if he wins the Republican nomination, America is in for eight more months of this. How, then, to keep Trump coverage interesting? Jimmy Kimmel has a suggestion. On Tuesday night, the late-night host pitched his idea for a new reality show: Trumpus Room.
As Kimmel’s fake commerical describes it, Trumpus Room would take every celebrity Donald Trump supporter — Aaron Carter, Dennis Rodman, Jesse Ventura, Wayne Newton, Willie Robertson, Mike Tyson, Tila Tequila, and Gary Busey — and stick them together in a house, Big Brother-style. Last man standing gets to be vice president. The show would be hosted by New Jersey Governor (and recent Trump endorser) Chris Christie and air on Animal Planet.
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In Busey’s words, “TRUMP stands for Taking Redirection Understanding Massive Power.”
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