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Humiliate Trump with brilliant ‘make Donald Drumpf again’ Chrome extension

Make Trump Drumpf Chrome

In case you missed the spectacular Donald Trump roast during a 20-minute segment of John Oliver’s Last Week Tonight, you should watch it. Oliver took a very serious matter and explained it brilliantly using his special power: Humor. This time, Oliver and Co. had to finally focus on Trump, who’s shaping up to be the likely Republican nominee for the ultimate position in politics. And Oliver made sure he told viewers why Trump is a bad choice for America.

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In addition to sifting through Trump’s incoherence throughout his career and campaign, Oliver also looked at the Trump’s history and he discovered that Trump’s family actually changed their name from a dull “Drumpf” to a stronger Trump at some point in the past.

Oliver, however, is challenging Trump to embrace his past, and the host has started a brilliant “Make Donald Drumpf Again” campaign. One of the tools at your disposal is a great Chrome extension that you can install right away to seriously troll Trump – though he won’t really know you’re doing it.

How the Drumpfinator Chrome extension works is actually pretty simple: Developed by Last Week Tonight, the plugin will automatically replace the word Trump with Drumpf in your browser and will put a hilarious spin on all the news you’ll read about the Republican presidential campaign for as long as Trump is in the race.

Oliver’s argument is that Trump’s name is what helped him do well in primaries so far, as Trump equals wealth and success, whereas Drumpf would not work in his favor.

The Drumpfinator is available as a free download from the Chrome Web Store.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.