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'The Simpsons' pokes fun at Trump's canine hair, tiny hands

Homer and Marge talk politics and skewer The Donald in the process.

"The Simpsons" has never been shy about making fun of American politics.

Several presidents have been Simpsons-fied on the long-running animated comedy series. Bill Clinton, famously, was always hitting on Marge. George H.W. Bush was a neighbor for a while.

As the 2016 race for the US presidency increasingly resembles a "Simpsons" episode, it was perhaps inevitable that the animated series take aim at both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

In a short video clip called "3 a.m." -- posted Saturday on YouTube by Animation on Fox -- we see Homer and Marge grapple with who to support in the upcoming election, as they watch a commercial showing Clinton and Trump. The 3 a.m. reference is to an ad from the 2008 campaign when Clinton ran against Barack Obama.

While Clinton gets a slight jab in the video, the main focus is Trump angrily tweeting in bed while taking a break from reading a book of Hitler's speeches. Plus we find out Trump hides his tiny hands in larger fake hands, gets a spray-on tan and has a small dog acting as his hair piece.

Trump has yet to react to the clip on Twitter, his medium of choice.