Jimmy Fallon and Martin Short aren't showing any Christmas cheer towards US President Donald Trump, teaming up to mock the leader in a carol parody.
Putting their own spin on Christmas carol classic The Little Drummer Boy, the pair performed their own version called The Little Trumper Boys, during a segment on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
Dressed up in old-fashioned military drummer outfits, the host and 67-year-old actor took more than one swipe at the leader of the free world, singing "He wants to build a wall... to keep out LaVar Ball, trum trum trum trum Trump" and "See Santa at the mall trum trum trum trum Trump... Turns out it's just Roy Moore trum trum trum trum Trump, ho ho ho ho hell no".
The song continues, referencing Trump's relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin and his obsession with former political rival Hillary Clinton and even making a plea to Twitter for the social media platform to shut down his account again.
"Shut down his Twitter feed, please, please, please, please, please, tweet, tweet, tweet, tweet, Trump, Trump, Trump, Trump," the pair sing, referring to the incident last month which saw Trump's Twitter profile deleted from the platform for 11 minutes.
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And while it's usually the season of good wishes and a time to be kind to one another, Fallon and Short clearly think Trump deserves a sack of coal for Christmas, even teasing about his "rump" and his constant accusations about "fake news."
You can watch the carol in all it's Christmas glory in the clip above.