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"Our Cartoon President" is based off a recurring segment of Stephen Colbert's "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert." A workplace comedy in which the room is oval takes a look at the 45th president, his confidants, and his family members. The cartoon-president opens the doors to the White House for an all-access look at a normal day in the life of the president. Nothing is safe in this comedy, including relationships, confidants, key political figures of both parties, and even the media.

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After Cartoon Trump learns he doesn't have enough money to pay his lawyers, he realizes he must raise funds from Silicon Valley tech moguls; Cartoon Elizabeth Warren swallows her pride and seeks help from Wall Street and Cartoon Michael Bloomberg.
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After the G-7 nations make Cartoon Trump feel like a loser, he decides to start his own international alliance for cool dictators; Cartoons Ivanka and Don Jr. fight to see who will inherit the Trump dynasty.
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After a fake news story spreads on Facebook threatening Cartoon Elizabeth Warren's campaign, she vows to hold cartoon tech giant Mark Zuckerberg accountable; Cartoon Eric grows insecure and sets out to become the Trump campaign's media darling.
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Cartoon Joe Biden pursues Cartoon Barack Obama's prized endorsement in hopes of clinching the nomination; Cartoon Kellyanne Conway must convince Cartoon Trump that his fabled and impossibly positive internal polls actually do exist.
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Cartoon Michael Bloomberg enlists Cartoon Hillary Clinton to launch a run for president; Cartoon Kellyanne Conway and Cartoon Larry Kudlow enlist Cartoon Elon Musk to create an Oval Office simulator to distract Cartoon Trump.
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After Cartoon Trump sees Fox News giving airtime to Democrats, he ends their relationship and sets out to find a new media arm to spread his propaganda; Cartoon Bernie Sanders witnesses his rival candidates co-opting his message.
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Fearing massive Democratic voter turnout, Cartoon Trump, with the help of Cartoon "Moscow" Mitch McConnell, guts election security measures, leaving the door wide open for interference; Cartoon Pete Buttigieg struggles to keep his campaign viable.
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Cartoon Trump discovers that an impending economic downturn threatens his re-election chances; a gaffe-prone Cartoon Joe Biden solicits help from Cartoon Ocasio-Cortez to help him appear "with it."
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After the House impeaches Cartoon Trump, he teams up with Cartoon Sean Hannity to convince the nation he's been wrongly accused; Cartoon Elizabeth Warren dumbs down her campaign.
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Fearing a Democratic blue wave and the threat of impeachment, Our Cartoon President teams with his son, Cartoon Don Jr., to help Republicans win the midterm elections and save America from the grips of democracy.
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Our Cartoon President learns to campaign like a traditional president with help from Cartoon Mike Pence; Cartoon Karen Pence plots her husband's ascent to the presidency.
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Our Cartoon President nefariously drums up funding for the wall; Cartoon Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Cartoon Stephen Miller go to the southern border to pull off the most Trumpian groundbreaking in history.
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Our Cartoon President energizes elderly voters ahead of the midterm elections; Cartoon Don Jr. leaves behind his hard partying ways and acts his age with the help of Cartoon Paul Ryan and Cartoon Mike Pence.
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Our Cartoon President struggles to keep his disloyal staff from cooperating with Cartoon Robert Mueller; Cartoon Karen Pence worries that her husband's Mar-a-Lago trip changed him forever.
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Our Cartoon President launches Space Force without any attention to detail; Democratic presidential candidates tank their campaigns to avoid the risk of losing to Cartoon Donald Trump.
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Our Cartoon President patches up his marriage to Cartoon Melania; Cartoon Don Jr. and Cartoon Eric stay on their best behavior ahead of the 2018 midterm elections.
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Our Cartoon President and Cartoon Ben Shapiro lead an equal rights movement for oppressed conservatives; Cartoon Don Jr. feels parental warmth for the first time from a confused Cartoon Nancy Pelosi and Cartoon Chuck Schumer.
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Our Cartoon President decides to buck his party and reverse climate change to solve his sweating problem; a disheveled Cartoon Bernie Sanders asks Cartoon Mitt Romney to transform him into a polished candidate.
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Our Cartoon President schmoozes the Supreme Court at Mar-A-Lago to ensure the Court upholds his right to commit crimes; Cartoon Eric attempts to baby-sit an intoxicated Cartoon Brett Kavanaugh.
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Our Cartoon President uses Hollywood magic to fake a handshake with the troops while a lonely Cartoon Don Jr. forms a fast friendship with tech-mogul Cartoon Elon Musk.
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Our Cartoon President must prove his mental fitness after declaring nuclear war with Portugal; the cast of "Fox & Friends" transforms their show into more cerebral content.

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