Even on the Thanksgiving holiday, talk show host Jimmy Kimmel continues to mock President Donald Trump — this time with a “The First Trumpsgiving” performance.
Kimmel explained that the meaning of Thanksgiving “hasn’t changed much,” so he wanted to “spice it up” this year.
Using a group of fifth graders from Mar-a-Lago Country Day School in Palm Beach, Florida, the host welcomed them on stage as they set out to perform their own version of Thanksgiving, incorporating Trump.
One girl, the narrator, explained that the first pilgrims were the Trump family arriving on their “private yacht” named the “May Flower” to Plymouth, Mass.
A little boy came onto the stage, sporting a red tie and blond hair, portraying the president — alongside him, a girl played the U.S. first lady Melania Trump.
“We’re gonna put the golf course right here, and the hotel right here,” the boy playing President Trump said as he came on stage. “It’s going to be yuge!”
Then, as Native Americans walked onto the stage, the boy yelled, “Oh no, it’s the caravan of immigrants from South America.”
Seemingly afraid, he said, “Watch out. They’re bad hombres” — an act seemingly mockingly Trump and the migrant caravan headed toward the U.S.-Mexico border.
The girl playing a Native American said, “We’re not immigrants” — with the boy playing President Trump responding, “Well, we’re American Americans and we were here first.”
As the performance went on, the group gathered for a feast, as the boy playing Trump built a brick “wall of cornbread.”
“And you’re going to pay for it,” the boy said in response to the Native American actor.
The performance also took aim at Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr. over their previous controversial actions of hunting — with a “Thanksgiving miracle” of KFC appearing afterward.
When they concluded the performance, the group sang:
“We wish you a great Trumpsgiving, we wish you a bigly Trumpsgiving, we wish you a winning Trumpsgiving, except for all the haters and the losers.”
Watch the video below:
However, Trump’s Thanksgiving day so far hasn’t been filled with a wall of cornbread or KFC. Instead, he’s spent time on a teleconference wishing military members overseas a happy Thanksgiving and showing his gratitude toward them.
“Your courage truly inspires us,” he said on the phone with service members of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and U.S. Coast Guard — afterward he visited a Coast Guard station where he individually thanked each member present for their service.