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The 10 Least Presidential Things Donald Trump Has Ever Done

This (obviously) condensed list takes us back into a time of a pre-political Trump. Can't you imagine a president doing all of these things?

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1. Made an appearance on an episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

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Apparently this election wasn't the first time Trump interacted with a Hillary. But lets not forget that this was only one of the Trumpster's many TV acting credits. He also made appearances on The Nanny, Monk, Sex and the City, and Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Just as Roosevelt would have.

2. Hosted Celebrity Apprentice.

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It makes sense that Trump is running for president, because the only possible way to top an achievement as great as Celebrity Apprentice would be by becoming the leader of the free world. Dealing with Putin will be a piece of cake after dealing with Omarosa for three seasons. And after hiring Bret Michaels and Arsenio Hall, aren't you curious what his Presidential Cabinet would look like? And just as a side note here, nobody seemed to mind that CNBC's Jim Cramer, who asked questions during the last GOP debate, once served as an adviser to Trump on Celebrity Apprentice.

3. Helped Kevin find his way in Home Alone 2: Lost in New York.

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By far one of Trump's most impressive roles, and who knows? Maybe John Hughes Christmas movies from the '90s are the new streamline into politics. How does Senator Beverly D'Angelo sound to you?

4. Sang the Green Acres theme song at the Emmys.

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Alongside Megan Mullally from Will & Grace, Trump crooned this theme song dressed in overalls and a straw hat. Little known fact: the pitchfork that Donald tossed at the end of the song came within inches of ruining Kyra Sedgwick's Emmy-night.

5. Had a role in the movie, Zoolander.

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"Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." -John F. Kennedy

"A house divided against itself cannot stand." -Abraham Lincoln

"Without Derek Zoolander male modeling wouldn't be what it is today." -Donald Trump

6. The Comedy Central Roast of Donald Trump.

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Trump was roasted on Comedy Central in 2011 by several comedians, but most notably, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino also roasted the Donald. To be fair, the White House correspondents dinner is similar to a roast (if done properly), but I can't remember the last time a Jersey Shore cast member was invited on stage with the POTUS. And Trump's roast was held smack dab in between the roasts of David Hasselhoff and Charlie Sheen.

7. He groped Mayor Rudy Giuliani, while the mayor was dressed in drag.

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I don't think any possible context will make this video alright, but apparently this skit was filmed for an Inner Circle press dinner in 2000.

8. Had his own board game.

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Trump: The Game was released in the eighties, and was a flop. But in true Trump fashion, Donald's name appears on every possible surface of the game. To be fair, George W. Bush had his own board game too, but that board game was Candy Land.

9. His 1995 Pizza Hut commercial.

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Trump starred in this stuffed-crust Pizza Hut commercial with his EX-wife Ivana, poking fun at their $25 million divorce settlement. He talks about eating pizza the wrong way (crust-first) and we all know that The Donald is an EXPERT at eating pizza the wrong way because he infamously uses a knife and fork.

10. Had an A-List celebrity wedding.

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As mentioned at the first GOP Debate, Hillary and Bill Clinton attended Trump's 2005 wedding, but that's not where the celebrity guest list ends. The nuptials were also attended by Matt Lauer, Katie Couric, Regis Philbin, Kelly Ripa, Star Jones, and Barbara Walters. Because apparently he was going for the theme of 'Daytime Duos.' Billy Joel was also in attendance and performed a rendition of "The Lady is a Tramp," but changed the word "Tramp" to "Trump," which is some solid wordplay. We can only hope for an equally pun-filled song for the inauguration.

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