A video of Donald Trump dancing at a rally went viral on social media and caught the attention of “Seinfeld” starts Jason Alexander and Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
The 30-second clip of Trump dancing prompted several TikTok users to create parodies. Many social media users took jabs at Trump’s lack of rhythm.
Put on your dancing shoes: Trump is in a winning mood and that’s good!pic.twitter.com/eWcn09U3Wa— Dirken (@Dirken5) October 17, 2020
Several Twitter users were quick to point out that Trump’s moves resembled the infamous moves of Dreyfus’ character on Seinfeld, Elaine. Anyone who watched “Seinfeld” knows Elaine loved to dance, but was terrible at it.
Jason Alexander, who played George Costanza on “Seinfeld” used Twitter to mock Trump and joined the thousands of others making comparisons jokes to Elaine.
“The President is apparently a fan of @OfficialJLD‘s famous I can’t dance for moves. Julia was working hard to be that awful. I feel like these are his best moves,” Alexander tweeted on Sunday.
Alexander’s tweet was in response to s video posted by former Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry, who captioned the video “And you people called ME Lurch?!?”
And you people called ME Lurch?!? pic.twitter.com/DuDT4IRSAh— John Kerry (@JohnKerry) October 18, 2020
Not long after Alexander tweeted, Dreyfus responded as well. She shared a clip of the dance played alongside the infamous clip from “Seinfeld.” She noted that in addition to stealing her infamous dance moves, he also ripped off her Emmy-winning series on HBO called “Veep.”
“First he stole all of Veep. Now he’s stealing from Seinfeld,” she wrote. “Melania deserves an Emmy for acting like she’s attracted to THIS.”
First he stole all of Veep. Now he’s stealing from Seinfeld. Melania deserves an Emmy for acting like she’s attracted to THIS. https://t.co/tAeQEK7LPh— Julia Louis-Dreyfus (@OfficialJLD) October 19, 2020
“Veep” ended in 2019. The series was focused on a group of outrageous and often morally compromised Washington, D.C. insiders that often mirrored the real world of politics amid the Trump administration.
Back in August, Dreyfus poked fun at Trump appearing at the Democratic National Convention.
During her speech, she also took a few jabs at Vice President Mike Pence.
During the DNC event, Dreyfus referenced Trump’s Twitter habits and said that she expected to be called “a washed-up horse-face no-talent has-been with low ratings.”
“Well, with all due respect sir, it takes one to know one.”
Hollywood hasn’t been kind to the Trump family lately. Donald Trump Jr. posted a video in recent days calling for volunteers to “ENLIST NOW” in what he called the “Army for Trump.”
“During the debate, Trump encouraged his followers to intimidate other voters by being a so-called ‘poll watcher,’” “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert stated. “And now Don Jr.’s saying, ‘I’m helping too, Dad!’”
Colbert played the video clip of Trump Jr. looking really rough and ragged as he told Trump supporters, “We need every able-bodied man and woman to join Army for Trump’s election security operation” to help stop the “radical left” from “stealing” the upcoming election.
“Yes, every able-bodied man and woman, which does not include Donald Trump Jr., because he is clearly hammered,” Colbert said.
Colbert then took off his glasses and got much too close to the camera.
“The radical left is trying to steal the election, but I’m not going to let them,” Colbert said slurring his speech. “Because we’ll fight the radical left like I fought the store guy when he wouldn’t let me put my mouth on the slushie machine. And I don’t know how those White Claws got down my leg, officer.”
“Babe, come here!” Colbert continued. “I want you guys to meet Screamy Kimmy. Say ‘the best is yet to come’ thing. Say it!”
Days after Colbert’s mocking the New Yorker wrote a jaw-dropping report on why Kimberly Guilfoyle was fired from Fox News.
Reportedly, Guilfoyle was fired for sexual harassment after her assistant filed a complaint.
In the complaint, the still-unnamed assistant alleged that Guilfoyle among other things made her massage her thighs while she was naked, showed her photos of the genitalia of men she had sex with, forced her to sleep over at her apartment exposing her to situations she was “deeply uncomfortable with.”
The assistant also alleged that Guilfoyle offered her money to “keep her mouth shut” and threatened retaliation if she talked.
You can watch Colbert’s performance above.