Watch Trump get knocked backward into the ‘Access Hollywood’ bus in Funny or Die spoof

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Terry Tate, the fictional office linebacker in a famous old series of Reebok ads, got to do what many women who heard Donald Trump’s lewd “locker room talk” probably wished they could: Knock him backward into the “Access Hollywood” bus.

In a new spoof of the infamous 2005 tape from the comedy website Funny or Die, the character barrels into Trump shortly after he sets foot on the soap opera set, sending the real estate mogul flying.

Tate then delivers a stern warning to Trump, who was on a hot mic in a conversation bragging to Billy Bush about kissing women and grabbing their genitals without their consent.

“You can’t go around grabbing people willy-nilly, son!” he says, while standing over Trump. “That’s just creepy. What kind of locker rooms you been hanging around in Donny, huh?”

(Funny or Die)
(Funny or Die)

Tate then turns to Bush, who hosted “Access Hollywood,” to deliver a message made famous by Trump on “The Apprentice.”

“Hey, Billy Bush,” he says. “You’re fired.”

The expertly edited video — which combines both real footage and a Trump-like stunt double — is drawing plenty of double-takes online.

According to Adweek, Reebok had nothing to do with the spot.

Lester Speight, the actor who plays Tate, told the magazine that he owns the character therefore “didn’t need to consult with Reebok at all.”

Watch the full video below but be warned: It contains graphic language included in the original “Access Hollywood” tape.

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