By Nick Romano
Updated July 22, 2016 at 01:52 PM EDT
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On Day 4 of the Republican National Convention, Donald Trump‘s campaign released a biography video tracking the life of the presidential candidate. That was all The Daily Show With Trevor Noah needed to offer their own spoof called “The Very Very Incredible Deal.”

Rosie O’Donnell, who is definitely not a Trump fan, narrates the parody and finds plenty of opportunities to poke fun at the businessman, especially when it comes to the size of his hands. “Donald Trump was born on Flag Day 1946, nine months after America’s nuking of the Japanese Asians,” she says. “Some say the radiation gave fetal Trump his Godzilla-sized business acumen and his Godzilla-sized head-to-hand ratio.”

In another segment featuring footage of Trump referring to dating as his own personal Vietnam, O’Donnell says, “Someone should pin a Purple Heart on that orange d—.”

Back during the GOP primary debate in August, Trump threw a jab at O’Donnell when Fox News’ Megyn Kelly confronted him about calling women “fat pigs, dogs, slobs, disgusting animals.” He said, “Only Rosie O’Donnell.” The celebrity responded on Twitter with, “try explaining that 2 ur kids,” and she later called his campaign a “nightmare.”

In the spoof, O’Donnell once again responds to that jab, calling him a “f—ing piece of s—” and a “human slug.”

There’s a whole lot more insults where that came from. Watch “The Very Very Incredible Deal” below.

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