South Park Already Riffed on Donald Trump’s Presidential Win

"We've learned that women can be anything, except for president."

Less than 24 hours after Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election, adult cartoon South Park has already come up with their take on the whirlwind political event.

The pithy television show has long established its voice when it comes to satirizing contemporary politics and this event was no exception.

In a preview clip for Wednesday night’s episode, discussion about the cartoon equivalent of the historic election takes place around the Marsh family dinner table, where Randy, Sharon, and Shelly contentiously discussing the future of America, and fans will note that Randy is a Clinton fan (as aptly demonstrated in the “turd sandwich” episode.)

The clip ends with a from Randy to daughter Shelly, after Shelly laments the future of the country.

“We’ve learned that women can be anything,” he says. “Except for president.”

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