The president-elect has demonstrated repeatedly that he doesn’t like being on the receiving end of certain jokes, making that kind of humor a useful tool for resistance during his tenure in office.
Take a look at how parodies of Hillary Clinton have evolved on "Saturday Night Live," from Amy Poehler's portrayal of the Democratic candidate during the 2008 primaries to Kate McKinnon's take on the current campaign season.
On Wednesday, Comedy Central announced that "The Colbert Report," one of its most successful and perennially popular offerings, would be airing repeats that night and Thursday. Taping of the show on those two days was canceled. No big whoop, except the network didn't offer much of an explanation for the show's sudden hiatus. Updated
Let's see which gullible politician might pick up this little satirical number from The Onion News Network and think it's for real. Meanwhile, the rest of us can enjoy a good spoof on campaign ads at President Obama's expense.
Um, how did we miss this? Maybe you meme-savvy readers out there already caught this hilarious "Bad Lip Reading" spoof video of Ron Paul doing his best to win voters over by declaring, "I helped a fuzzy dude cut a piece of fruit," among other absurdities, but it's a must-see for sure.
The Onion mocks Time's glossy infographics and inane weekly updates on Jesus and depression with this biting parody.
Equine enthusiast and budding politician Dale Peterson's unintentionally hilarious campaign ad, in which he and his horse make their case for why he should become Alabama's next agriculture commissioner, hardly requires any embellishment to be soundly parodied (continued).
Last week Nike launched a controversial new ad featuring Tiger Woods and the voice of his deceased father. The Internet has responded.
It was only a matter of time before someone worked something magical out of John Boehner’s health care vote speech.
The president needs to start making some remarks off the cuff, because he's leaving himself wide open for this sort of parody. And no, while it bears a resemblance to Fox News, this is not real.