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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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The president militarizes the government and launches a military parade with National Security Advisor John Bolton's help; Sean Hannity reshapes his cable news network in his aggressive image.
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The president learns to campaign like a traditional president with help from Mike Pence; Karen Pence plots her husband's ascent to the presidency.
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Our Cartoon President nefariously drums up funding for the wall while Sarah Huckabee Sanders and 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 while Don Jr. leaves behind his hard partying ways and acts his age with the help of Paul Ryan and Mike Pence.
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The president struggles to keep his disloyal staff from cooperating with Robert Mueller; Karen Pence worries that her husband's Mar-a-Lago trip changed him forever.
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The president patches up his marriage to Melania; Don Jr. and Eric stay on their best behavior ahead of the 2018 midterm elections.
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The president tries to survive the Russia investigation with Steve Mnuchin's help while Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer fire up Democrats with a new message.
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The President tries to prove he's a man's man by throwing out the first pitch at a Washington Nationals game; Ivanka attempts to become a feminist icon by opening a school for girls.
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The President tries to shore up his evangelical base by embracing Christianity; son-in-law Jared Kushner embraces Don Jr. and Eric's religion of Trumpianity.
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The President lets loose while General Kelly is out of town, throwing a party in the wake of a government shutdown and inspiring congressional leaders to have a wild night in a hot tub.
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The President tries to boost public perception of his dubious net worth.
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The President battles with the news media after an embarrassing video surfaces of the First Lady rolling her eyes.
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The President tries to outdo handsome Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the White House's first State Dinner; Don Jr. sees an opportunity to make a new best friend.
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The President tries to win back Ivanka Trump by supporting her progressive Paid Family Leave initiative, a move that sends his most loyal morning show co-host into an existential crisis.
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The President sets out to reverse every last one of President Barack Obama's accomplishments; a dapper Jared Kushner and intense Stephen Miller spark an unlikely friendship.
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The president avoids comforting disaster victims by recruiting a team of impersonators to replace him; the president's son Eric sets out to prove he's truly a part of the Trump family.
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The President tries to revive his low approval ratings by delivering the greatest State of the Union speech in history and to strengthen his relationship with the First Lady by naming her the national bird.

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