Video LOL: Trump Advertising For Israel’s Leading Phone Company
Israeli telecom company Bezeq is capitalizing on President Trump’s recent visit to The Holy Land by releasing a humorous ad that may even get a chuckle out of The Donald himself.
In the clip (below), a man played by Israeli actor Gidi Gov is taking a tour of The White House when he suddenly finds himself alone in the Oval Office, staring at what appears to be Trump’s hair piece and his suit. Things escalate “tremendously” after that:
As the man tries on the wig and wardrobe, he’s quickly swept up into a national security emergency.
He does his best to play the part by pouting his lips and repeating the words, “tremendous,” “China,” and even squeezing in a “Crooked Hillary.”
After delivering his spiel promoting the Bezeq’s new secure internet service called Smart Net, the imposter is outed when the real Trump shows up in his bathrobe and asks, “What the hell is going on?” in what appears to be actual Trump audio.
As the actor is being pulled away from the room, he tells them “not the hair, not the hair!” in Hebrew.