Donald John Trump (born June 14, 1946) is an American business magnate, socialite, author, television personality and 45th President of the United States.
Trump's Presidential election came via the electoral college in an election widely panned for Russian interference while at the same time, losing the popular vote by over three million to Hillary Clinton.
Donald is parodied on the cover for the 2016 Family Guy Emmy screener for the "outstanding animated program" pitch sent to the voters. The cover features Peter Griffin as Trump, captioned as "As long as we're voting for dumb loudmouths, can I get an Emmy?"
In a cutaway gag in the original broadcast of "American Gigg-olo", Peter's voice in interjected into a cut of sexist statements by Donald, which had become a significant campaign issue. The video consists of an interview done in 2005 for Access Hollywood with Billy Bush, who is related to George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush. Subsequent re-airings of the episode as well as the DVD replace the Trump gag with an animal sobriety checkpoint gag.
When Vladimir Putin visits Quahog in "Petey IV", Trump text messages him about grabbing some pussy together. Images of Trump and Hillary Clinton appear at the control center where the Russians rigged the 2016 election.
In the 1956 "pilot" episode of Family Guy in ""Family Guy" Through the Years", a radio advertisement for Fred Trump apartments is featured for people that don't want to live next to blacks. Donald's father Fred had a numerous accusations of racism levied against him.
When Stewie/Brian searches for a job as a college professor in "Switch the Flip", the qualifications cited involve hopeful professors not having slept with any students and not having tweeted about assassinating Trump.
During a gathering of mascots hosted by Peter in "Pawtucket Pete" when he becomes the new mascot for Pawtucket Patriot Ale, as they gather for a group photo, Peter expresses his condolences for Tony the Tiger's wife having been shot by Donald Trump's children.
Ivanka introduces Meg to her father in a preview for "Trump Guy" in "Hefty Shades of Gray". In the previous episode, Peter becomes Trumps press secretary, but the two have a falling out when he molests Meg.