Donald Drumpf Wikipedia Now Exists After John Oliver’s Donald Trump Takedown

Ready to bookmark? John Oliver's brutal takedown of Donald Trump was met with applause, laughter — and now a Wikipedia page.

Donald Drumpf's Wikipedia page
Donald Drumpf's Wikipedia page

The Last Week Tonight host, 38, called the GOP presidential front-runner, 69, "America's back mole" and joked about Trump keeping his real moniker under wraps on Sunday, February 29. Now, Donald J. Drumpf has a bio, photos and more on the Internet.

"Donald Trump can seem appealing until you take a closer look, much like the lunch buffet at a strip club, or the NFL, or having a pet chimpanzee. Sure, it seems fun, but some day Coco is going to tear your f–king limbs off," Oliver said at the time.

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Speaking of Trump's family name, which was changed by one of his ancestors, he quipped, "Drumpf is much less magical — it’s the sound produced when a morbidly obese pigeon flies into the window of a foreclosed Old Navy. It’s the sound of a bottle of store-brand root beer falling off the shelf in a gas station mini mart."

Drumpf's Wikipedia explains Oliver's humorous rant. It also lists quotes from Oliver, a photo of Drumpf's real grandfather, Friedrich Drumpf, and commentary from an unidentified biographer.

Donald Trump listens to a question during a news conference before speaking during the Outdoor Channel and Sportsman Channel's 16th annual Outdoor Sportsman Awards.
Donald Trump listens to a question during a news conference before speaking during the Outdoor Channel and Sportsman Channel's 16th annual Outdoor Sportsman Awards. Ethan Miller/Getty Images

"According to a biographer, the German government considered Donald Trump's grandfather (Friedrich Drumpf) a draft dodger (war dodger) who after being expelled and deported from Germany would ultimately strand the Drumpf family in America," a statement reads.

The Wikipedia page also notes where readers can learn more about Drumpf. The list includes Oliver's "Drumpf: Make Donald Drumpf Again!" website, which Oliver and his team created as an offshoot of HBO's site. For $17.50, fans can buy hats with the "Make Donald Drumpf Again" phrase printed on them, a play on Trump's "Make America Great Again" campaign slogan.

But there's more. Drumpf even has his own Twitter page, @RealDonalDrumpf. "A 100% classy Donald Trump parody account," the description says. "Operated under the actual family name Drumpf."

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