Trevor Noah Trolls Trump With ‘Soon-To-Be Ex-President’ Full-Page Ad In Washington Post, New York Times, LA Times

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Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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Trevor Noah took out a full-page ad in the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times and New York Times trolling President Donald Trump while offering fake legal advice if you are a “soon-to-be ex-president.”

“ARE YOU A SOON-TO-BE EX-PRESIDENT?” the fake ad for “Trevor Noah and Associates and Sons Presidential Attorneys” read, per Mashable in a piece published Thursday. “ABOUT TO LOSE LEGAL IMMUNITY? HAS YOUR LAWYER GONE TO JAIL? Call the very fine people on YOUR side.”

One side of the ad from “The Daily Show” host read, “We can defend you against” and it listed several things like “corruption,” “mega corruption,” “shady rich guy tax stuff” and “mail murder. (RELATED: Trevor Noah Slams Catholic Church — Calls It A ‘Molesting Club With An Opening Prayer’)

It also comes with a phone number to provide various services, per Entertainment Weekly. (RELATED: Trevor Noah Jokes About Chefs At Restaurant ‘Jizzing’ In Sarah Sanders’ Food)

“1-210-WH-CRIME (1-210-942-7463),” the ad read which leads to two pre-recorded messages. “If you are the president of the United States press or say 1, if you’re not the president press or say 2.”

If a person presses option one, the prompt leads to a message from the Comedy Central talk show host offering to “transport” Trump and “any members” of his family to Uganda.

“Hello, Mr. President,” Noah explained.  “I’m Trevor Noah, managing partner of Trevor Noah [and] Associates [and] Sons.  Have you ever been to Uganda, sir? It’s a beautiful country with a strong goat-based economy.”

“And most important, it doesn’t extradite to the United States,” he added. “At any time on or before Jan. 20, 2021 I can transport you and any members of your family you actually like to Uganda. I can provide this service for, I don’t know, $10 million. Let me know. Oh, and if you made a mistake, and you’re not actually the president, press or say two now. Otherwise, goodbye, Mr. President.”

When a person presses option 2, it leads to a prompt about voting and a message that said, “Congratulations on not being the president. Since you do not need a lawyer specializing in president crime, why not visit votevotevote.com to make sure that you’ve registered to vote in the election?”