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“Donald Trump Did Have Soft Lips” and Other Revelations from His Cameo on Audrina



Donald Trump appears in an upcoming episode of Audrina. To answer your next question, Audrina is a Hills spin-off that documents the unemployment and personal life of the most tedious Hills cast member, Audrina Patridge. (In episode two, for example, “Audrina, Sammy, and Mark go jewelry shopping [for] Mark and Lynn’s 26th anniversary; Audrina, Casey, and Sammy plan an anniversary party; [and] Audrina goes out with her friends,” according to Wikipedia.) Now that you’re caught up, a few spoilers: this Sunday’s episode features an appearance by America’s 45th president, Donald Trump.

Audrina and her mother, Lynn—remember her from the 26th-anniversary plot arc?—visit Trump to try to land Audrina a spot on Celebrity Apprentice or a Miss Universe hosting gig. For anyone who makes it past the 00:25 mark, note that the dance music is not coming from a rogue pop-up ad, but has been edited into the clip on purpose.

We could barely pay attention to the dialogue, as we were so distracted by the office’s décor. Gold-framed magazine covers, drawings, and photographs cover every inch of at least one wall, while a good portion of Trump’s desk is rendered unusable by an enormous silver trophy. Did he win the trophy for best interior design? Even the light switch is gold-plated.

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“She’s beautiful, she’s smart,” Trump says of Audrina. “You know what? Anytime you want to do anything …” he tells her, planting the seeds for the former Hills star’s vice-presidential nomination.

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