Since Sunday's town-hall-style presidential debate, a flood of memes and parody videos have surfaced, mocking some of the more inflammatory comments made by the presidential candidates. On Monday (Oct. 10), one memorable such video came via a Trump vs. Clinton soul-funk sing-off, spearheaded by actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt and the "Country & Soul, Folk & Roll" group The Gregory Brothers.
The parody clip cleverly chopped up Trump and Clinton's responses and pieced them together to create humorous lyrics from each candidate's responses. Gorden-Levitt moderates the debate, while the Gregory Brothers serve as the audience members, singing questions about coal mines and "leaders grabbing genitals" to both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Clinton "sings" about her obvious opposition to Trump's beliefs, and the Republican candidate's "locker room" topic is of course brought up. (Surprisingly, debate overnight sensation Ken Bone fails to make an appearance.)
Watch the Gregory Brothers and Joseph Gordon-Levitt's hilarious town hall spoof below.