‘Hangover’ Star Mocks Trump In DNC Video ‘Donald Decoded’ [VIDEO]

Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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One of the stars from the hit movie “The Hangover” mocked Donald Trump in a video played during the Democratic National Convention.

On Monday, during the DNC actor and comedian Ken Jeong and a former member of the Obama administration, Austin Goolsbee, were featured in a brief video that ripped the Republican presidential nominee’s claims that Trump products are made in the U.S.A. (RELATED: ‘The Hangover’ Comedian RIPS Rolling Stone During UVA Speech [VIDEO])


The video starts out with the actor praising Trump for making things here in the U.S., only to be corrected by Goolsbee who says Donald didn’t do that.

“What do you mean he didn’t do that?” Jeong said. “There is all kinds of Trump stuff, hotels, suits, ties, furniture, glassware. I mean look at this Trump shirt, made in good old…Bangladesh?”

“Yeah, Trump tie, probably made in Pennsylvania,” he added. “China!”

Goolsbee then holds the jacket of a suit open and Jeong reads the label and yells, “Mexico.”

“How about the Trump cufflinks,” Jeong said. To which Goolsbee answers, “China.”

The back and forth continues through questions about where Trump vodka and his crystal glass barware is made.

It ends with the actor asking when the former Obama cabinet member is going to jump out of a car trunk naked, a reference to the actor’s part in “The Hangover” movies.