TV Movie | Not Rated | | Comedy
Funny or Die presents a satirical rendition of Donald J. Trump's 1987 best selling business book, The Art of the Deal.
The film takes place in 1956, 1973, 1977, 1978, 1983, and 1986.
Donald J. Trump:
That, my friend, is what we call The Art of the Deal.
In the bar scene, Trump refers to Roy Cohn as "Right-hand man to Senator Eugene McCarthy." Roy Cohn did not work for Liberal Democratic Minnesota Senator Eugene McCarthy, but rather anti-Communist Republican Senator Joseph McCarthy.
At the end of the movie the following credit appears:
Some of the characters appearing in this fake TV Movie may be based on real people, but we took huge liberties and basically made a bunch of stuff up for laughs. With the exception of Alf. He is not real. He is a puppet, and Melmac is not a real planet. And if Melmac was real, it doesn't exist anymore because it exploded. Anyway, even if Alf really lived, he probably wouldn't have been Donald Trump's best man as the filmmakers don't think they would have been that close. May be would have been an user at the wedding or the DJ at the reception? Doesn't matter.